Campus Beats Gives a Glimpse Into Life at ZS

Posted by ZS on Feb 12, 2020 10:14:14 AM

At ZS, we believe our people are our strongest asset. Every year, our India offices host a unique campus engagement program, Campus Beats, to find the best and brightest upcoming talent and give them a glimpse into life at ZS. Pune ZSers Dylan, Sakshi and Varad started out as classmates and friends before participating in the Campus Beats case challenge together, joining as interns and ultimately deciding to pursue their careers at our firm. Learn more about their experiences below.


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ZSers Swing into the New Year with a New Promotion

Posted by ZS on Feb 11, 2020 9:13:57 PM

Twice a year, hard-working ZSers around the world are rewarded for their dedication and contributions to our firm with the ultimate recognition – a promotion. This winter’s announcement gave more than 600 ZSers something extra to celebrate. From quality time with family and friends to grand adventures in unique destinations, ZSers found a way to celebrate their accomplishments in style.


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How Evanston ZSer Jessie Made Moves Within Human Resources

Posted by ZS on Jan 3, 2020 3:03:30 PM

ZSer Jessie spent the first three years of her ZS career in the San Francisco office before relocating to the Evanston office. She started out on the recruiting team and after five years, she began craving a new challenge.


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What Consultants and Veterinarians Have in Common, According to London Principal David

Posted by ZS on Dec 23, 2019 4:12:13 PM

London Principal David wanted to be a vet growing up, but after a short work experience, he discovered he didn't have much of an affinity for animals. He decided to study chemistry at university and in his last year, his flatmates persuaded him to consider a career in management consulting.


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Principal Carolyn Takes Risks With a Creative Flare

Posted by ZS on Dec 20, 2019 2:34:52 PM

Before coming to ZS, Toronto Principal Carolyn worked as an aerospace engineer designing the robotic control systems for the International Space Station program. Over time, she found the career trajectory in engineering was not as “out of this world” as she thought, so she decided to pursue her MBA at the University of Toronto. That’s where she found ZS. She joined for her consulting internship and worked on an oncology forecasting project, which was the first time ZS had done this type of work in Canada.


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