Zillow Recognized For Creating An Equitable Workplace
Seattle-based Zillow, the tech firm behind Zestimates on residential properties and market reports on affordability and rents, has been recognized on Forbes' Just 100 list of companies that are top corporate citizens.
Zillow ranked 51st out of more than 800 publicly traded companies Forbes reviewed for the list, which considers attention to the workplace environment and treatment of customers. The 11-year-old company is among the youngest to make the list, according to Forbes.
Zillow has been performing well. In the third quarter, the company's revenue increased 24% from a year ago to a record $197.1M.
Highlights of Zillow's selection included the company's culture, a diverse workforce, pay equity and pursuing a work-life balance for employees.
“We have this collection of 3,000 brains and they are all connected to one another internally and that team either produces greatness or not," CEO Spencer Rascoff told Forbes. “There is a war for talent that we fight every day against other companies and we have to re-recruit every employee every day and make sure they are inspired to work here."