Client Engagement Specialist (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – April 2, 2018
It is ranked top places to work in the NW every year for a reason! Some companies say they believe in work/life balance, but this place really does preach it and encourage it; from the CEO down to Direct Managers.
Sr. Enterprise Sales Account Executive (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – February 20, 2018
Coming from a role in which I wore many hats, I find the sales roles at Zillow very siloed, monotonous and over-managed. I prefer to have more autonomy to manage my business to meet the needs/goals of my clients.
I'd also like to see the groups work closer together to create a more fluid experience internally and for our advertisers & consumers.
Software Development Engineer Intern (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – February 7, 2018
The prospects of the company, working style is amazing. But the immediate management is not well groomed to take up management activities. I liked my work and the team. I would have liked if there was team work in the team.
Zillow: A Great Place to Work to Get Your Foot in the Door
Agent Performance Consultant (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – January 23, 2018
Overall, Zillow has been a good place to work. I moved to Colorado for this job, and in my 2 1/2 years here, I have met a lot of great people and grown a lot professionally. The experience I have gained at this company has been invaluable, even if I don't see myself in the Real Estate industry forever. The job involves a lot of performance, data analysis and marketing strategies as well, so I still am able to do some things I enjoy.
Free food, great PTO and benefits, stock options, clear plan for advancement
Very fast-paced and competitive - if you don't have a love for or natural tendencies towards sales, it might be more difficult for you.
Senior Agent Care (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – January 13, 2018
Zillow is a work hard, play harder company. Management is young and still getting in to their roles since the acquisition of Trulia. Opportunities to promote are very difficult in certain departments. However, overall, best job I have ever had.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – January 2, 2018
Zillow's fantastic culture started with the CEO and founders. They were wonderful people to work for. They truly cared about employees. Zillow is a diverse group of great people who are willing to work hard and be rewarded for their dedication.
Free lunch, casual environment, friendly staff, great management
Client Engagement Specialist (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – November 8, 2017
Great place to work. The leadership has worked extremely hard to create an awesome company that is continually growing in which employees are truly given all the tools to develop and expand their roles.
Enterprise Sales Executive (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 19, 2017
Terrible management on the Enterprise Team. The culture in other organizations within the company are great and the teams are thriving. The Enterprise team, however, is unfortunately a different story. The leadership micromanages literally everything you do, the team morale is very negative, leadership doesn't take constructive criticism or suggestions and they are not invested in the training of their employees. It could be such a great team but the management and director are very junior and treat the job like an inside sales team but claim that it is not. The CEO and founders are absolutely incredible.
Great pay, free lunch once a week, great location, beautiful office, great benefits
Associate Client Engagement Specialist (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – October 12, 2017
Amazing company, co-workers, culture, management, and benefits. The role itself can get repetitive and a bit mind-numbing. But the right manager makes it worth while by boosting moral with team meetings, competitions, prizes, pot lucks, and so on. If not for my relocation, I would've wanted to stay long term.
Regional Sales Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – Centennial, CO – September 16, 2017
Zillow recruited me when I was still living in Wichita, KS which was so flattering considering they only hire less than 1% of employees that apply. They have a wonderful culture but also stress sales so much that the culture became unstable in ways that I don't want to damage their name nor image but what went on a daily basis was not okay nor what I am about. I love the company and have had extreme success there but unfortunately with what goes on behind closed doors made me need to leave as we are expecting our first child.
Account Manager/ Sales (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – September 11, 2017
I haven't worked for Zillow for years, and still get friends that reach out to me get my opinion on working at the company. 100% of the time, I recommend working there. The leadership is sharp, fair, and making all employees across the company feel that they are contributing to the companies goals.