Challenger, Gray & Christmas Blog
EVP Rick Cobb is speaking with Financial Executives International in Dallas on the state of the economy, jobs, and best practices for the job search!
Registration is open until the start of the event. For more information: http://www.financialexecutives.org/KenticoCMS/Communities/Chapters/Dalla...
With summer in full swing, some job seekers may feel the best time to look for new positions has passed. That is not the case, according to one authority.
"Traditionally, we see the fewest job cuts in the summer months," said John A. Challenger, CEO of Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
"In fact, many companies' fiscal year-ends occur in the summer, and as budgets... more
In addition to networking with established contacts, it is necessary to take a proactive and aggressive approach to uncovering the hidden job market by finding and reaching out to companies and people beyond the scope of your existing network.
As we’ve mentioned often in this blog, the online classified ads or even those in your local paper, probably account for less than 20% of the available job... more
Celebrity workplaces are just like ours: potential bullying, resentment, surprise resignations, new positions with better benefits and wages, strained co-worker relationships. All of this reportedly occurred on the set of Live! With Kelly and Michael this week. Co-host Michael Strahan, who became the full-time co-host in September 2012, announced he accepted a full time role with ABC’s Good Morning America. Some reports have suggested Ripa’s bullying... more
Our VP Lisa Turesky hosted another successful Challenger Boston Leadership Dinner series featuring world renowned author, speaker, and Harvard Behavioral professor, Dr. Myra White. Leaders from Amag Pharmaceuticals, Eastern Bank, Analogic, Allegro Micro Systems, Partners Health, Peabody Properties, PAREXEL, Eversource, Steward Health, Biogen, SAP, Samsonite, and AngioDynamic enjoyed a great evening of fun, stimulating... more
One of the questions I get asked the most is, “What is the #1 mistake job seekers make?” This isn’t the easiest question to answer, simply because job searching is not a linear process and there isn’t one right way of doing it.
That said, there is one mistake that seems to be the most consistent among job searchers right when they enter the market: Job Searchers have a tendency to spend... more