Job cuts announced by U.S.-based employers fell 12.6 percent, from 36,081 in April to 31,517 in May, according to a report released Thursday by global outplacement and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc.
The United States has one of the largest military forces in the world and therefore one of the largest veteran populations. In 2017, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 20.4 million veterans made up 8 percent of the labor force.
Tattoos, once taboo in the workplace, are now commonplace in many offices, as employers found that to keep or attract talent, they needed to overlook this kind of body art. Now, companies may be considering relaxing dress codes, especially in a tight labor market, according to one workplace authority.
While April saw the economy add 164,000 jobs and the unemployment rate edge down to 3.9 percent, a total of 109 Chief Executive Officers left their posts at U.S.-based companies during the month, according to a report released Wednesday by global outplacement consultancy and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc.