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Zillow faced a tough year in 2021. While the real-estate tech company started out strong, announcing in March 2021 an ambitious plan to hire 2,000 additional workers, it ended up in November 2021 unveiling plans to lay off 25% of its workforce, after its homebuying operations lost $422 million in three months. For the roughly 6,500 employees who remain, Zillow says that it’s committed to increasing representation of women and BIPOC employees in leadership roles, and to increasing retention of underrepresented employees. Read the Great Place to Work review.
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