Challenger, Gray & Christmas Blog

Posted 4 years 10 months ago


Kevin Scanlon, GATX, Cathie Hollowell, Pam Taylor, and Kate Wollensak, Alzheimer's Association.

Members of the Challenger team had an absolute blast at the HRMAC golf outing this past week at the Indian Lakes Resort in Bloomingdale, IL.

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Posted 4 years 10 months ago

Our coaches are the backbone of our business, meeting with, planning for, and guiding our clients throughout their job searches. This year, we gathered at the Field Museum in Chicago to recognize their accomplishments and celebrate a great year!


These strong women of Challenger have something else to celebrate. All are breast cancer... more
Posted 4 years 10 months ago

You're always a winner when you're with friends! And the great people in Human Resources.

We co-hosted a wonderful event with Brad Newpoff at Talent RISE search firm this past week. Brad graciously hosted an amazing cocktail party at his home prior to the game. Unfortunately, the Cubs got killed.

We always enjoy spending time with our HR community, especially in such a fun setting. Thanks, Brad and Talent RISE!

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Posted 4 years 11 months ago

Challenger is a proud sponsor of this year's Special Olympic World Games in Los Angeles! VP Pete Tzavalas and CEO John Challenger attended the opening ceremonies on July 25, 2015.

CEO John Challenger with the Ivory Coast delegation.

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Posted 5 years 1 week ago

Once again, much of the focus on today’s employment situation report fell on the participation rate, which tumbled to 62.6 percent, the lowest since the late 1970s. However, a closer look at the numbers reveals that for the two-thirds of the civilian labor force in their prime working years of 25 to 54, the participation rate is only 4.0 percentage points off of historic highs reached in dot.com heydays.

The overall participation rate is being dragged down by the... more

Posted 5 years 1 week ago

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Posted 5 years 2 weeks ago

  • Las Vegas keeps a book of people prohibited from entering, managing or owning a casino. A state that has legalized gambling doesn’t want to risk additional federal regulations. In the early 60s public officials in Nevada were under intense federal pressure to curb the influence of organized crime in the operation of Las Vegas casinos. The Nevada Gaming Control Board created a black leather-bound book where the names of people with a “notorious or... more
Posted 5 years 2 weeks ago

Challenger will be posting fun facts all week long about Vegas! Stay tuned, and come check us out in booth 2438.

Posted 5 years 3 weeks ago

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