Keyword: Challenger, Gray & Christmas
Teens are defying the experts and signing up for summer jobs, with 130,000 jumping onto the employment rolls in May—a 75% increase over 2017.
While the last couple of decades have seen a decided loosening up of work attire, a survey found what you wear in the office still matters.
This year continues to see a considerable number of executives leaving the top corporate spot, compared with 2017.
Teens are opting out of securing summer employment, which means fewer workers seeking positions in an already crowded job market.
A survey shows entrepreneurs are starting new businesses at a rapid clip, aided by a strong economy and a tax law favorable to new enterprises.
CEOs continue to leave their positions at a rapid rate, with the latest report showing the highest number of quarterly departures since 2014.
Job cuts announced by U.S.-based employers surged in March to 60,357, a 71% increase from the 35,369 cuts announced in February, a report says.
Early indications show CEOs are leaving their companies at a rapid clip this year, according to executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
CEOs left their companies at a rapid clip in January, with 132 departures, the highest in 8 years, according to a report.