We’re working to create a better tomorrow for millions of people around the world.
You’ll build and grow with us, and we want to make sure you have the resources you need to be productive and engaged at each point of your career—when you join us, as you take on new opportunities, as you engage with your manager, and when you think about the professional development and coaching you need.
So, get connected to all that Okta has to offer you—at work, at home, and in your community.
We couldn’t do this without you, and we’re proud to say it: Working with Okta will be one of the best opportunities of your life!
The New Hire Guide on the Okta People Wiki includes all of your initial calls to action as you join Okta. You’ll see a summary below.
Calls to action
Before your first day with Okta
Check out the Community section to learn more about our culture and employee resource groups (ERGs).
On your first day
Attend new employee orientation.
Complete your onboarding tasks—check out the Workday chiclet on your Okta Dashboard.
Within 30 days
Enroll in your health and insurance benefits. Check out Eligibility + Enrollment for details.
You’ll receive your medical ID card in your home mail within 7 to 10 business days of Okta processing your enrollment. If you need to go to the doctor before you get your card:
- Contact Blue Shield’s or Kaiser’s customer service.
- Rightway can also help you get a temporary card.
- Contact Okta Benefits to expedite your enrollment.
Register with Fidelity so you can customize your 401(k) investment choices and keep track of your balance. Reminder: After 30 days of employment, you’re auto-enrolled and contribute 4% of your base pay. You can opt out or change your contribution amount at any time.
Decide if you want to enroll in Okta’s commuter benefits.
Talk with your manager about Okta’s Vision, Methods, and Targets (VMTs), and how your performance drives your incentive compensation opportunity.
Within 60 to 90 days
It may be time for your first Okta Alignment Review with your manager.
Think about enrolling in the employee stock purchase plan (ESPP). There are two enrollment periods each year—in May and November.
Time for some time away? Consider using a few hours of volunteer time off. Be sure to go to the Workplace Services Wiki to see what’s happening at your local office, or think about how you want to volunteer in your own community. Check with your manager to schedule your time away.