Ziegler has been a great place for me and my career. It's a privately held business, and the owners seem very invested in the long-term success of the company. People are very down-to-earth, genuine, and hard working. I have a family, and I've found it's a very good environment for work/life balance.
Ziegler is involved with philanthropic work - I have opportunities to participate in different volunteer opportunities in the area which is something important to me.
I always tell people the best part about working here is the people. I've worked a few other places and couldn't believe what a difference it was working here. People are honestly really helpful and really dedicated and very friendly.
For me, the best thing is that the company is small enough I can have an impact. I've worked for Fortune 500 companies before, and it's impossible to make your mark or have influence with a publicly traded company with tens of thousands of people. Working for a mid-size company has allowed me to take ownership in my career and have a big impact. I have no interest in going back to a huge company after working in an environment like this. Is it perfect here? No. But I've worked for enough other types of companies to know this is a good place to land for a long-term career, which is why there are so many long-term employees here.
The people/culture, company size, industry, tenure, opportunities