Employees have championed the company as one of the best places to work year after year, but what makes working at Zillow so great?
As I watched little people tackle the challenges presented to them with pure enthusiasm and creativity, I was struck by the fact that children are natural engineers.
Kids engaged in age-appropriate activities that would spark their interest in engineering, innovation and collaboration — all while having fun.
Check out some of the best — and spookiest — competitors from this year’s celebration.
Kids will participate in age-appropriate tech activities and some of Seattle’s top teachers will lead workshops.
Three weeks each year employees pursue new ideas and play with emerging technologies.
Employees participated in the event known as “Tough Mudder,” an opportunity to test their strength and develop camaraderie with coworkers.
Nothing builds camaraderie like running through a quicksand-like mud pit.
Zillow took home silver among Washington companies with more than 250 employees.
They came, they salivated, they kicked saltine butt!