CNBC: Andy Challenger, SVP, Discusses the Return of Year-End Bonuses Reported by CNBC Published Jan 7, 2022 Almost a quarter of all companies, or 23%, said they are offering a bonus based on company performance, up from last year’s 12%,
More than just remote work: How companies can keep women in the workforce PUBLISHED FRI, MAR 26 Michelle Fox @MFOXCNBC Read the original article Corporate America is in need of a reboot. That’s what advocates are calling for as
Original Article What's happening in the CEO spot this year? via @CNBC @NateRattner https://t.co/6VEjopzTXm#business #leadership #successionplanning #economy — ChallengerGray (@ChallengerGray) December 10, 2020
Original Article “I’m not sure if companies are prepared,” said Andrew Challenger, vice president at outplacement firm firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, which works with companies on a variety of labor issues, including executive coaching, downsizings and career transition services.
CEO departures may be driven by tight labor market: Expert WATCH: VP Andrew Challenger discusses increased turnover for CEOs and reasons companies are making changes on CNBC The Exchange. Published on: Sep 30, 2019
Original Article "Indeed, half of companies have said they are reviewing their compensation policies to ensure fair pay for men and women in light of #MeToo and #TimesUp, according to a recent poll by Challenger Gray & Christmas."
Original Article Companies announced plans to cut 29,831 jobs in October, a decline of 3 percent from last year, a private survey reported Thursday. From January to October, employers announced just over 351,000 layoffs, the lowest total for that period
It’s time to start budgeting for your year-end bonus. Original Article Published on: Oct 26, 2016 "'We don't have a lot of hard numbers yet, but the economic indicators are showing that it's likely that bonuses are going to be good
Original Article: http://www.cnbc.com/2015/10/22/layoffs-dont-necessarily-spell-trouble-ch... "According to a report by outplacement consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas, September saw a 43 percent increase from the previous month in terms of job cuts. And cuts were 93 percent higher than the 30,477 planned layoffs