As companies ramp up recruiting efforts for members of the millennial and Gen Z generations, employers are finding that traditional compensation offerings – salary, health, and retirement benefits – are no longer sufficient to draw top talent. Meanwhile, older workers, an increasing number of whom are remaining in the workforce, prioritize health and retirement benefits...
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Although the 96 Chief Executive Officers who left their posts at U.S.-based companies in March was a 15 percent drop from the 113 CEO exits in February, this is the highest quarterly total since the third quarter of 2014, when 348 CEO changes were recorded, according to a report released Wednesday by global outplacement consultancy and executive coaching firm Challenger...
Job cuts announced by U.S.-based employers surged in March to 60,357, a 71 percent increase from the 35,369 cuts announced in February. Last month’s total is the highest monthly total since April 2016, when 64,141 job cuts were announced, according to a report released Thursday by global outplacement and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc...