One New Ludgate 60 Ludgate Hill

London, EC4M 7AW

Opened in 1993, our London office helped ZS expand into Europe. As one of the most diverse offices in Europe, London is central to how ZS innovates healthcare and beyond.

Benefits overview

ZS offers comprehensive and competitive healthcare coverage including medical and dental care and life and accident insurance.

Travel assistance plan
Our travel plan provides medical, security and logistical expertise to safeguard and support you during business travel.

Pension scheme
To help our people prepare for the future, we automatically enroll ZSers in a pension scheme with a contribution of 5%. ZS contributes 7% to the scheme.

Charity payroll giving
Charity payroll giving allows people to donate from their pay to any registered charity or recognized good cause within the U.K., tax free.

Cycle to work scheme
Save up to 51% on the value of a new bike and cycling safety equipment from your salary pre-tax. This allows you to buy a bike up to the maximum value of £1,000 with a repayment period of one year.

Gym membership discount
Get discounts from over 3,000 health and fitness clubs.  

Employee assistance program
ZS has partnered with Workplace Options (WPO) to support ZSers and their immediate family members or dependents with unlimited in-the-moment support.

Bright Horizons back-up care
We offer secure, reliable care for you when and where you need it. Registration is free.

Donation matching program
ZS will match your donations and volunteer time up to an annual maximum of £1,700 per calendar year.

Paid time off
During your first year you’ll receive 25 days of paid time off and 10 days of sick leave per year.

Family leave
Our family leave program offers you 10 weeks of paid time off for the birth or adoption of a child or the serious health condition of a family member. In addition, we offer up to 14 weeks paid maternity leave for new mothers. This comes out to 24 weeks when combined with the family leave program.

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