How Zillow's Culture Is a Competitive Advantage
In the following video, Spencer Rascoff, CEO of Zillow , explains how and why his company strives to foster a strong culture. Recent accolades and reviews on Glassdoor.com speak to the effectiveness of these efforts thus far. He believes that Zillow's structure as a highly transparent meritocracy is a cornerstone of what makes the company a fun place to work at.
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