Our society values capitalism. We value productivity, and we tend to put successful entrepreneurs on a pedestal. We are in awe of people that exemplify the American ideal that if you work hard enough, you can achieve just about anything. However, with the Great Resignation and the mindfulness movement picking up speed, we are starting to see pushback against some of these ideals.
A personal message from Paul Giobbi and Zumasys – It was 7:00 AM on Fathers’ Day and I found myself at the bottom of the Noble Canyon Trail. Located in the Cleveland National Forest, this is 10 miles of challenging single-track that the Forest Service calls “one of the best rides in Southern California.” It’s a route I had been on dozens of times before…
I am not sure about you, but the last two weeks were some of the most challenging of my career. I have been consumed by the daily swings—the highs and lows—that seem to just keep coming at us. And I can’t help but think about the emotional impact these shifts are having on my physical…
Why we’re making sure our employees get to travel the world and do it on our dime.
I spend a lot of time thinking about what drives people and how to motivate them to achieve as much as they can in their careers.
I don’t claim to have this whole career satisfaction thing figured out, but stress is something I spend a lot of time thinking about—personally and professionally.
Zumasys is thrilled to announce that consulting firm Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine have named the company #1 on the country’s 50 Best Workplaces for Giving Back
Building a strong company culture is about more than the perks you offer employees.
Zumasys President Paul Giobbi shares his experience at a Romanian children’s hospital and reflects on the ripple effect that Happyness Is A Choice has had for employees, families, friends, vendors, and customers.
Today, Zumasys is thrilled to announce that in addition to making it onto the OCBJ’s List of Best Places to Work in OC for the 3rd time, we also placed first!