Our People & Programs
We believe that embracing a diverse workforce not only enhances our workplace culture, but is key to our success as a company.
We work hard to build and maintain a culture of equity and belonging, where everyone feels like they belong and has the support and resources to do the best work of their careers.
Our dedicated Community & Culture team empowers all Zillow employees to build a strong community, amplify underrepresented voices, and foster a company culture where everyone can learn, grow and thrive. The team also leads initiatives to support the communities in which we live.
Our program creates space for employees to explore topics around Equity & Belonging, develop new skills, and choose how they want to include and empower each day.
Our coffee chats provide employees opportunities to discuss and explore a wide range of topics that focus on how social identity, equity and belonging impact the world around us.
We bring in thought leaders to speak on topics related to leadership, current events, social impact, philanthropy, and Equity & Belonging. These conversations give employees an opportunity to hear from experts and discuss ways we can create solutions for a more equitable world as individuals and as a company.
We host cultural events to offer employees the chance to connect with each other and our local communities, including donation drives, Lunar New Year parties, Pride celebrations, summer parties, Hispanic Heritage parties, Halloween celebrations and more.
Our Affinity Networks support our commitment to creating an equitable workplace for all. The groups are employee-led and open to any employee who supports the group’s initiatives as a self-identified member or an ally.
Today, more than 40% of Zillow employees belong to one or more of our Affinity Networks, which include the Asian Pacific Islander Network, Black/African Ancestry Network, Able and Differing Abilities Network, Latinx/Hispanic Network, LGBTQ+ Network, ZG Over 40 Network, Veterans Network, Women’s Impact Network and Indigenous Peoples Network.