What We Stand For
When you join the NortonLifeLock team, you become part of a dynamic, supportive culture. We live by some core values, values that celebrate diversity, promote teamwork, and encourage every team member to contribute and grow.
Here’s what each of us believes in:
Our customers are at the center of everything we do, and we work as one team to protect our customers like no one else can.
We foster creativity and embrace diverse points of view. That means we love to color outside the lines, and we know how to learn from our mistakes.
NortonLifeLock employees set the bar high, and we deliver what we promise.
Every NortonLifeLock employee is part of a team. That means we work together, win together, and accept nothing but the best.
We leverage our collective strengths, and we work together to help our employees and communities prosper.
“I love the people with whom I work and I’m excited about the work we do. Cyber security is both deeply personal, as well as global. I feel like with our talent, products and strategy, we will be unbeatable.”
Mandira, Senior Director, Sales Operations
“I’m most proud of being part of a collaborative team that thinks outside the box, addresses ways to bring awareness to women and minorities in the field of cyber security, and helps NortonLifeLock leverage diverse talent to do incredible things.”
Renault, Distinguished Technical Architect
“My team is committed to providing an employee experience that captures hearts and minds. Sharing our stories and ideas helps to create a real sense of community; no matter where you work, in any city across the globe, you know that you are part of something incredible.”
Yvonne Thomson, VP, Culture & Employee Experience
Delivering an outstanding employee experience is a priority at NortonLifeLock. That’s why we offer a variety of programs to help employees connect with each other, build their skills, and have some fun while doing it.
Keeping the world’s information safe is exciting and satisfying, but so is life outside the office. Our comprehensive health and wellbeing offerings are designed to take care of you and your family 24/7—with medical, dental and vision insurance, wellness incentives, time off, voluntary benefits, and a flexible workplace environment.
Your long-term financial health is about more than a regular paycheck, so we offer a variety of programs to help you build your financial security throughout your career and into retirement. Depending on where you work, this includes Employee Stock Purchase programs (ESPP), retirement savings programs, equity grants, and long-term income protection programs such as disability and life insurance.
We believe diversity is more than just race, gender and ethnicity: it’s about creating an environment where every culture, language, age, sexual orientation, disability, background, and experience is celebrated.
Attract, retain and develop diverse employees
Ensure an inclusive experience for our employees, customers and value chain
Invest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education to increase the pipeline of diverse technology talent
Promote equality on a global level
Engage leadership in diversity planning
Design talent development opportunities for women and under-represented minorities
Expand bias training for recruiters, HR business partners, and people managers
Design inclusive and objective hiring processes
Expand and measure outreach efforts in communities of underrepresented groups
Track diversity metrics on a more consistent basis and share progress with company leaders
WAN is a networking forum for the women and men at NortonLifeLock intended to help support and encourage female employees achieve their potential. WAN accomplishes this by building a positive work environment, supporting women to become more visible leaders, creating and providing access to best practices, peer mentoring and capability building. By focusing on growth, learning and networking, WAN enhances NortonLifeLock's reputation as a great place to work for women.
Pride engages in activities designed to promote equality, cultural sensitivity, and social networking for NortonLifeLock employees. Pride strives to help make NortonLifeLock a great place to work by fostering LGBT awareness and learning, improving our cultural competence, and engaging employees.
BER's mission is to create, develop and maintain a dynamic environment whereby black employees can cultivate and grow their professional careers in alignment with NortonLifeLock's Core Values, thereby positively enhancing NortonLifeLock's ability to win in the market place.
The Hispanic Outreach, Leadership & Advancement (HOLA) employee resource group is a forum for NortonLifeLock employees to support the recruiting, retention, and advancement for Hispanic professionals.
NAP's mission is to provide a forum for NortonLifeLock employees to support new recruiting, retention, and advancement of young professionals. We will accomplish this by identifying new sources to recruit from and creating an environment that will promote NortonLifeLock as an employer of choice for young professionals.
VETS's mission is to support the efforts of our employees who have served our country and to make sure we value their unique experience. VETS strives to assist veterans and military spouses in their transition to the corporate environment.
We strive to enhance abilities and leverage disabilities through education, outreach, and assistance. We want to drive recruitment, retention, and advancement for people with all types of disabilities, whether visible or invisible.
“I am known for saying that I want our team members to “bring their whole selves” to work. NortonLifeLock was founded on innovation and we believe that diversity—embracing all of those things that make us who we are as individuals—spurs the ideas and dreams that invent the future.”
Amy Cappellanti-Wolf, SVP, Chief Human Resources Officer
“For me, the greatest reward I have had here over my 17 years is when you get a hand-written note saying ‘Thank you, you changed my life for the better , thank you for listening , and Thank you for being there when no one else was .’”
Linda, Director of Production and Fulfillment, Dublin’s SWAN Chapter Leader
“As a graduate of an HBCU, it pleases me to know that my company values these institutions and views them as one of the avenues to strengthen our pipeline of diverse qualified future employees.”
Vyvry, Global Sales Compensation Program Manager