Consolidation, declining revenue, combative language from the Trump Administration, and occasional violence marked 2018 for members of the media. It was also the year with the highest number of job cut announcements in the sector since 2009, according to the monthly Job Cut Report compiled by global outplacement and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc... more
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It is almost Valentine’s Day, which, for many offices, means candy and flowers at the front desk and public proclamations of love to employees. This year, it could also mean navigating tricky relationships at the workplace, especially in light of the #MeToo movement, which so often included allegations of inappropriate conduct at work. While it is... more
U.S.-based companies announced 157 chief executive officer changes to start the year, the highest monthly total on record, according to a report released Wednesday from global outplacement and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc.
January’s total was 21.7 percent higher than the 129 CEO exits announced in December and 18.9... more
Phone interviews can be stressful to many job seekers. Will we have a good connection? Will I be able to hear the recruiter well enough? I can't see their body language!
Despite the trepidation, these initial phone screenings are crucial to getting you to the next step of the interview process.
Employers at U.S.-based companies announced plans to cut 52,988 jobs from their payrolls in January, 20.7 percent higher than the 43,884 announced in December, according to a report released Thursday from global outplacement and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc.
January’s total is 18.7 percent higher than the 44,653 cuts announced in the... more
Although the frigid temperatures and dangerous cold blanketing the Midwest and Northeast United States may be making people miserable, it could be a boon to productivity for the nation’s employers, according to one workplace authority.
“When it gets so cold it becomes inadvisable to go outside, it could be a great time for employers to encourage their workforces to focus on... more
With the New England Patriots facing the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl next weekend, the impact of one of America’s favorite pastimes on productivity will certainly be felt in the office come Monday, according to an estimate from global outplacement and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc.
Over 100 million... more
Glassdoor and sites like it - those that collect reviews, interview questions, and salary information on companies - are necessary reading for the job search in 2019. Not only will job seekers learn historically well-guarded information on a company's culture and hiring process, but candidates can use that information to self-select into workplaces... more
Over a year after the #MeToo movement exposed several executives with allegations of sexual misconduct, causing their removal from the CEO role, including Harvey Weinstein, Les Moonves, and Steve Wynn, the rate of women taking over the role of Chief Executive Officer in 2018 rose to 22 percent, after hovering at 18 percent in both 2017 and 2016,... more
You've updated your resume, determined your skills and capabilities, and figured out the kind of position you want. Now, it's time to spread the word that you're looking for new employment. Seventy-five percent of new positions are found though the "hidden job market," those jobs that are unadvertised but filled through word-of-mouth. While you should continue to apply for jobs... more