Impact is the key word
Guided by principles
People at the Core
While talent may be universal, opportunities are not. One of our key purposes is to provide opportunity to those who are underserved or otherwise ignored.
Embracing talent, not credentials
Embracing talent over credentials
We hire people for their potential, not the schools they attended. Instead, we offer candidates the chance to discover new skills and grow professionally.
Learnings in schools set foundations, but to further harness knowledge, passion is required. We hire people for their potential, and their willingness to learn.
Long-term investment in people
The best teacher is time, hands-on training, and the ability to explore different roles. We give employees the space and flexibility to discover for themselves how to drive value at Zoho.
Personality at work
Going to work shouldn't mean giving up your personality; it should be just as much about personal growth as about professional success. We make room for both.
Finding your life's work
When work is instilled with purpose and passion for decades, it becomes one's life's work. Invested for the long term, we cultivate people who truly believe in what they do.
Values and Convictions
We view capital as the collective capability contained within an individual or a group working for a common cause. Not in terms of dollars and cents.
We believe in building technology capability and knowledge capital. At Zoho, R&D takes precedence over sales and marketing, and that's how we've expanded our product portfolio, year by year.
Committed to privacy
Convictions play a crucial role in making business decisions, and protecting customers' privacy is one of them. As a result, we don't use third-party trackers, we don't sell your data, and we don't run ads inside our apps.
The limits of "measurement"
Not everything that can be measured should be. Not everything that is measured is important. Intangible assets—like our culture, our people, and our passion—are what truly matter to us.
Principles before profits
Business profitability means nothing if we are morally bankrupt. Driven by strong, deeply-held principles, we want to focus on serving the greater good, not just the bottom line.