Top Workplaces 2019: Zoom communication theory just keeps growing

During the past year, Zoom Video communication theory experienced a growth spurt that propelled the firm from a spot at the top of small companies on last year’s Denver Post Top Workplaces list to third place on this year’s list of midsized companies.

The San Jose, Calif.-based company expects to add some other 100-plus workers in 2019, aforementioned Ben Volkman, Zoom’s regional leader in Denver.

Zoom has 203 workers in Colorado and about 1,000 worldwide, with most of them in the U.S.

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Zoom offers communication theory software program program that combines video conferencing, online meetings and other cooperative services.

“We opened the Denver office 3½ years ago with five people on Day 1,” Volkman aforementioned.

Since last year, when Zoom was No. 1 on the list of small companies, not one worker has left, he added.

That loyalty is an outgrowth of a hiring program that targets prospective workers who are driven to succeed and a promotion policy that provides workers a career path.

Zoom truly belief workers as well as customers and the community, he aforementioned.

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“Most gross gross sales teams are very competitive, kind of cutthroat. It is the exact opposite here,” Volkman aforementioned.

Last year, Zoom workers put in more than 1,000 hours of community service, he aforementioned.

“We actually sell a product that is KICK-ASS!” one worker aforementioned. “It actually makes an impact on the lives of others — which is the motivating reason to sell, not the ‘fear’ associated with some gross gross sales jobs. At the end of the day, gross gross sales can be tough no matter the company. The genuine, accessory camaraderie makes it worth it.”

Responding to the Top Workplaces survey prompt “I love my job because,” some other worker aforementioned, “Everyone other around me loves THEIR jobs! There is a superior level of trust and encouragement. Every success, no matter how big or how small, is wide celebrated. There is a feeling that those around you will not let you fail.”