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Anonymous shared this review of Zillow, United States on Oct 15th, 2020
"Stay away from company happy hours because thats typically when trouble starts. "
Anonymous shared this review of Zillow, United States on Feb 14th, 2020
"Great company with a great new mission! It's a growing company. "
Anonymous shared this review of Zillow, United States on Apr 22nd, 2019
"Their actions speak volumes in the core values they strive to improve on for women and all equity and belonging space. "
Anonymous shared this review of Zillow on Mar 15th, 2019
"Everyone at Zillow Group strives to continuously improve the company culture for all employees."
Anonymous shared this review of Zillow on Dec 26th, 2018
"The interview process is difficult and once you're hired it's even more difficult to get them to see you as an equal player. They pride themselves on diversity, but I found it patronizing. I want to be respected because of my skills and the value I bring, not just a woman to bring up their diversity points. If you like that kind of thing, though, you'll be fine. "
Anonymous shared this review of Zillow on Sep 19th, 2017
"There are some great benefits and some wonderful programs to take advantage of, so anyone new to ZG should take advantage of them - zSpeakers, culture/events, workships, Lynda training courses, etc. Network hard. If you have a great internal network, it does make career development and lateral moves that much easier, plus, you will be happier here. The company is very social (as Spencer, the CEO, is active on multiple social media forums and encourages everyone to be as well). As such, the company is open and shares publicly their work towards improving culture and experience for women, and there is still work needed. If you have an issue, you have to be extremely vocal, loud, and basically the squeaky wheel to be heard and taken seriously (as a woman), but it eventually will be addressed if enough people complain (compared to men). "