John A. Challenger - Challenger, Gray & Christmas


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Companies are currently holding on to their workforces, but this may be the calm before the
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Nov 02 2017
John A. Challenger has most recently been quoted in an article called Plans for job cuts decline 27 percent from last year; retail leads year to date: Challenger report says. John A. Challenger said, “Employers are holding on to their existing workforces while many positions requiring skilled labor go unfilled.”. John A. Challenger has been quoted a grand total of 30 times in 26 articles.
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Apr 06 2017

Retail is typically an industry in flux, but we've seen long established companies close stores and cut workers. The industry, though, is creating openings just as quickly as they are

Apr 06 2017

The heaviest cuts were in Texas and Ohio in the month ... 17,000 each in those two

Mar 21 2017

You have a couple of bad quarters of underperforming to expectations, and their days are numbered. They know the tenure is going to be

Feb 14 2017

It's a way better time to take that chance now than say, five years

Jan 06 2017 - Unemployment

When the last boom got underway, oil firms had the luxury of building their work forces amid high unemployment across the nation. Before the most recent downturn, drilling firms were already struggling to find

Jan 06 2017 - Christmas

Oil companies may once again start to expand in 2017. Ironically, the only obstacle in their way may be a shortage of skilled

Jan 05 2017 - Christmas

Oil prices are back on the rise. The new administration poised to take over the White House in January could further benefit the industry by relaxing regulations and drilling

Dec 22 2016

If you're overspending, the company is probably

Dec 22 2016

Certainly if the company thinks that you're cheating, they can let you

Nov 15 2016

Especially in the beginning of a big downturn, you just don't know where you're going to end up, and so companies make changes, and they hope that they're done with them, that it's a

Nov 08 2016

That would be certainly damaging for hiring, for employers who are trying to forecast where their businesses will be not only in the short term over the next six months or so, but in the longer

Nov 03 2016 - Christmas

This low monthly total is most likely due to the fact the economy is relatively healthy and that most employers don't see those conditions changing in the next three to six

Nov 03 2016 - Christmas

That is the nature of technology, so it is not unusual to see workforce volatility. Overall, the tech sector is about as healthy as it

Oct 06 2016 - Christmas

This year could be particularly volatile in the fourth quarter, with employers holding off on significant moves until they see election results. It's not simply who wins the White House, but there are Senate races and countless ballot initiatives on issues like minimum wages that will influence business strategies going

Sep 01 2016 - Christmas

The surge in cuts does not necessarily signal weakness in the sector, but it certainly signals a shift. In most cases, we are seeing these firms move from making hardware to providing

Jun 02 2016

Oil prices have improved somewhat since the beginning of the year ... the recent gains may be enough to at least temporarily slow job cuts in the

Mar 31 2016

Job cuts have slowed since surging in the first two months of the

Jan 07 2016

The apparent improvement in job security around the end of the year is good news for the nation's

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