ZS helps Michael balance what matters most

Posted by ZS on Apr 4, 2017 3:05:00 PM

Because passion drives our culture, we strive to help ZSers pursue whatever it is they’re passionate about—both inside the office, and out.

It’s something Michael appreciates about working at ZS. As a strategy insights and planning associate, he spends less time traveling and more time developing his expertise, collaborating with his team, participating in events at his office, meeting up with friends and exploring the city where he lives.

Hear how Michael finds work-life balance at ZS.


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New ZSers work up an appetite at ZStart

Posted by ZS on Apr 3, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Newly hired ZSers from the Americas, Europe and East Asia gathered at ZStart, a weeklong learning and expertise development program, to launch their careers at ZS.


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Women’s Leadership Initiative improves lives of migrant youth in Frankfurt

Posted by ZS on Mar 28, 2017 2:03:00 PM

The Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) at ZS in Frankfurt collected donations for Mädchenbüro, a local organization dedicated to bettering the lives of female youth, to commemorate International Women's Day.


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Hands-on experience was the key to Andrea’s success at ZS

Posted by ZS on Mar 23, 2017 11:12:00 AM

At ZS, we help clients across a broad range of industries. When Andrea first joined ZS, our apprenticeship model helped her lessen the learning curve.

Andrea’s commitment to growing her knowledge led her to a new role as strategy insights & planning manager. Her promotion, she says, wouldn’t have been possible without help from both junior and senior team members.

Find out how hands-on experience made the difference both for Andrea’s career, and for our clients.


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Boomerang agrees things are better the second time around

Posted by ZS on Mar 21, 2017 1:00:00 PM

Giving it a second go has paid off more than once for ZSer Daniel, one of our boomerangs who left ZS and then rejoined the firm. 

As a student, Daniel excelled in math, but he didn’t really enjoy it. In university, he planned to get a Ph.D. and teach social sciences—until his professors encouraged him to give math another chance.

“What kills a lot of people in Ph.D. studies is the quantitative work,” said Daniel. “My professors advised that math would serve me well when the time came, and as I continued to take math classes, I found it much more interesting and enjoyable.”


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