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March 1, 2021

What are some insights into the application process at Zoho?

Pros

FYI: It is the review of the product i worked on, it varies for each and every product 1) Good work life balance. 2) Mentors and managers are friendly and easily approachable 3) Good hike (20-25% depends upon performance) 4) Application i worked, has a good traffic so i learned about distributed system, relational and no sql databases. can learn a lot about high level design. 5) Application developer are educated about security and privacy frequently, application developer also learns about security and privacy. 6) Traffic of the products are steadily increasing so developer has a hand on experience in building a scalable distributed system.

Cons

1) Products are rich in features so most portion of the code are mess and if you are unlucky your job is to fix the mess created by others. 2) Salary for freshers is average but has a good hike. 3) Most of the people are from Tamil Nadu, so people who don't know tamil will have some difficulties.

5) Application developer are educated about security and privacy frequently, application developer also learns about security and privacy.

March 1, 2021

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April 28, 2020

What is the company culture like at Zoho?

Pros

1. You will get a chance to learn and expose to various high level technologies, easy frameworks and good programmatic hands on. These advantages are very rare now a days in such well established organisation. 2. One of the top product based company, good work culture, Good revenue, excellent perks and bonus, flexible timings, WLB, vast campus, free food and free cabs. 3. Great visibility to higher authorities, freedom to work, innovative ideas are encouraged (depends on team)

Cons

1. Regional issues : People from outside Tamilnadu or non-tamil speaking people may find some difficulty to cope up with work environment. 2. No WFH Policy.

Advice to Management

It would be great if development branches are spread across Indian Cities such as Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai etc.

2. One of the top product based company, good work culture, Good revenue, excellent perks and bonus, flexible timings, WLB, vast campus, free food and free cabs.

April 28, 2020

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June 24, 2021

How was the interview at Zoho?

Pros

It is a very good product based company

Cons

The interview process was very bad. They didn't inform about next step and just disappeared

The interview process was very bad.

June 24, 2021

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January 6, 2021

What is the hiring process like at Zoho?

Pros

- Food - Salary - Employee benefits - Campus

Cons

- Inadequate training - Communication - Bad recruitment process - Team-based treatment Zoho One year ago on this day, I was placed in one of most reputed tech giants in India, Zohocorp. It was a dream come true, until my first day in the company. It was a time when everything came down to "have you gotten a job yet?" as I entered my final year and getting placed in Zoho helped me surpass the few months of agony every single student faces. I am grateful for that time span of 6 months, where getting placed here actually helped me. January 6th 2020, I enter the fancy tower building that never seized to draw attention of the people that passed by that road. A beautiful space, a warm welcome from the HR team and of course the exquisite food given to all employees regardless of their nature of work, from the CEO to the janitor. All the excitement, hope and anticipation lasted for 8 hours as I got to have the first conversation with my said "mentor". To brief if it up, his only words were "have you gotten your laptop? Alright take down my email-ID and send a copy of your resume". I got to know his name and the team where I would have supposedly ended up if I had gotten the job via an app by basically stalking myself. I stood there without an access card to move about, in front of a laptop, looking at everyone burying their heads deep into the screen with no human interaction whatsoever, as anxiety filled my head. I sat there for 2 hours staring at the screen only after which I stalked my mentor through the app, find his number to call and ask when I could leave the premises and he said "we have don't have any timelines, but try to clock 8-9 hours a day". So much for the no strict timeline rule. There are sub parts of three conversations at zoho to sum up my time there: First: me: So you were given smaller tasks first to understand what you do in a better way? Could you show me how you went about your smaller tasks, maybe it could help me continue this sophisticated task that was given to me. Neighbouring intern: No, interns aren't allowed to talk to each other about code here, I already tried helping another one and my mentor asked me not to. me: Oh alright no problem, carry on then. Second: me: mentor, can you help me out? I'm stuck here. Mentor: Everything is pretty much there in google man. me: Alright sir, so when I have doubts, get stuck and google can't help me out, where can I find you sir? so that I can approach you and ask a doubt? Mentor: No we don't tell where are seated to interns, you just message me if you need anything. Third: (while walking in the corridor) me: Hello brother, which team do you belong to? Senior developer next to me: why? me: I have been sitting beside you for three weeks now, so I was just curious if I belonged to your team. Senior dev: okay. (takes a few seconds) * says team name which I don't hear clearly * me: pardon? Senior dev: * rushes past me saying the name which I still didn't hear clearly and sits * And I sit in my seat beside him, and him pretending like he never saw me. Fourth: me: Sir I just need some time, I've come a long way and have done so much with frameworks I didn't even know before I joined here. developer who hired me: * chuckles *, see even in the interview you didn't do so well and all if you remember? But I still gave you the chance thinking maybe you have the potential, and you haven't lived up to it. me: Sir but my mentor never helped me out with anything, not even telling me how to go about my task. developer who hired me: He is an evaluator*, not a mentor. We don't help interns here. So I basically travelled 2 hours back and forth to use a laptop with an internet connection, not talk to literally anybody and "feel how it's like to work in a company". The rush in getting placed in a well-reputed company when you reach the final year isn't everything in life. It's how the job is, that's going to make you feel good in the end. There are hierarchies and individual employees that play a role in your job which you will not know until you're in that job. Start learning and focusing on yourself, your skills and not the company that you're going to work for because the company's team might not be what is was raved about, but you will be.

Bad recruitment process

January 6, 2021

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