Transitioning Gracefully

You all know Curtis. He’s the reason you’re reading this in the first place. You don’t know me. My name is Esther and I’ve been working at the Curtis Zimmerman Group for a little over a year now as the […]

Why Hiring New People Is So Frustrating (And How to Make It Easier)

High employee turnover is one of the most expensive problems a company can have. Even if you’re hiring new employees who technically has the same number of years of experience, they don’t have experience at your company to know how […]

9 Reasons You’ll Get Fired Tomorrow

In the environment of right-sizing and lean corporate culture, avoid these common pitfalls to keep yourself from falling out of favor. 1)    You’re consistently late. 2)    You’re apathetic about your work. 3)    You don’t look for ways to improve and […]

4 Rules for Asking for Feedback

It isn’t easy to know how you’re doing these days. This is Caroline, Curtis’ Millennial marketing manager, and I don’t know if it’s a certain neediness for affirmation of our generation or a reticence of the one before us—or some […]

6 Reasons the Intern May Take Your Job

Your company’s interns may not be very experienced or business savvy, but I think even the most seasoned, experienced employees can learn a thing or two from how an intern thinks and acts. Here’s a list of things you can […]