ZoomInfo, a global leader in modern go-to-market software, data, and intelligence, announced it has received Comparably Awards for Best Compensation and Happiest Employees among large companies.
“The competition for talent in the tech industry has never been stronger”
In considering 60,000 companies for its quarterly Best Places to Work Awards, Comparably placed ZoomInfo among its top-15 large companies for both Best Compensation and Happiest Employees, elevating it by more than 10 spots on each list from 2020.
“The competition for talent in the tech industry has never been stronger,” said ZoomInfo Founder and CEO Henry Schuck. “On top of that, our employees are the No. 1 reason why we’re one of the industry’s most profitable, high-growth companies, and we take pleasure in being able to reward them for their hard work. We’re proud that ZoomInfo is a place where someone can start out as an hourly employee and with or without a college degree still ascend to a management position with a six-figure salary just a few years later.”
ZoomInfo continues to add to its collection of company culture awards in 2021. Last week, the company was honored by MassTLC for its Inclusivity Impact. It was named to Fortune’s list of the Best Workplaces for Millennials and The Oregonian’s list of Top Workplaces in Oregon and Southwest Washington. ZoomInfo has also appeared on Comparably’s 2021 lists for Best Company Outlook, Best Career Growth, Best Company Leadership, and Best CEOs for Diversity.
A workplace culture and compensation monitoring site, Comparably evaluates companies based on sentiment ratings anonymously provided by employees about their workplaces in multiple categories on Comparably.com during a 12-month period (Sept. 1, 2020 – Sept. 1, 2021).
“In order to recruit and retain top talent today, companies need to provide competitive compensation across the board,” said Comparably co-founder/CEO Jason Nazar. “Employees from the top-notch companies on our annual Best Compensation list like ZoomInfo say they feel valued and more motivated to do a great job because their organizations are invested in them to help drive the business forward.”