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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Zomato.

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52 English questions out of 52

15 November 2019

Does Zomato offer massages?

Pros

Good pckg, Nice enviornment Free meals

Cons

Few managment person always think about office politics

Advice to Management

Control Politics

Good pckg, Nice enviornment Free meals

15 November 2019

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9 December 2019

Does Zomato offer parental leave?

Pros

My managers were great during my time at Zomato. They were always willing to teach you, give you feedback and help you grow. The onboadring program was good too, we did a full week of learning then another week of shadowing before going to meetings. Even when we did go to meetings our managers came with us for the first few ones to help you out when needed. I think this is a good company to work for if you are a graduate fresh out of university, you learn a lot here. The CEO has created a lot of great work benefits this year such as full paid parental leave, no matter what gender you are.

Cons

The reason I say this role is better for a graduate is because if you have years of experience, you get paid more at other companies, working at jobs that are less stressful too. The reality of working at Zomato is that your phone is constantly going off even at 9:00 pm at night. Clients are always getting in touch with you during annoying hours and the managers expect you to reply to their messages straight away and get issues sorted, no matter what hour of the day or day of the week it is. While you do have flexibility with your schedule, you may have to work late or during weekends. I felt like I had no work life balance in this role. In terms of pay, it is not good. They don’t provide you with a work vehicle and don’t pay for wear and tear of your personal vehicle. Commissions are constantly changing, making it harder for you to achieve them and are often paid months later.

Advice to Management

You need to pay better salaries if you want experienced and good staff. You also need to either provide staff with work vehicles or pay for wear and tear. Paying only for petrol is not enough. Give your staff a break in the weekend and week nights, let them turn their phones off and spend quality time with their family.

The CEO has created a lot of great work benefits this year such as full paid parental leave, no matter what gender you are.

9 December 2019

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9 December 2019

Does Zomato offer malpractice insurance?

Pros

Company help to people growth

Cons

Some year we work in insurance company

Advice to Management

Every side one boy

Some year we work in insurance company

9 December 2019

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15 September 2021

Does Zomato assist with or provide childcare?

Pros

work culture good, new things to learn

Cons

no extra benefits like diwali gifts and all.

no extra benefits like diwali gifts and all.

15 September 2021

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26 March 2019

What is health insurance like at Zomato?

Pros

Constantly evolving workplace where learning is unavoidable & growth happens every single day Working the dynamic colleagues who are genuinely good people who I love hanging out with Bonus of extra benefits which have been added recently such as improved leave policy (& medical insurance in the recent past)

Cons

You have to create your own discipline when it comes to taking time off to recharge as it's easy to get swept up in all the exciting things that are always happening

Bonus of extra benefits which have been added recently such as improved leave policy (& medical insurance in the recent past)

26 March 2019

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