|June 14, 2010|
WEDDLE's 2010 User's Choice Awards (check them out)
From the BLS
Productivity and Costs by Industry: Manufacturing, Mining, and Selected Service-Providing Industries
June 10, 2010
Labor productivity rose in 46 percent of the 138 detailed manufacturing, mining, and service-providing industries studied in 2008, down from 62 percent the previous year. Output fell and hours declined in more industries in 2008 than in 2007. Unit labor costs declined in 30 percent of the industries. (read more)
In The News
JobServe.us released its new 'Advertiser Dashboard. It consolidates key account management tools in a centralized location. Users can customize four quick link buttons at the top of their homepage to display the services used most often. Select options include: Resume Search, Post a Job, and SmartAds.
The Aster Awards has honored CKR Interactive with a pair of 2010 Gold Aster Awards, one of their highest awards, for two healthcare recruitment marketing campaigns. Both campaigns aimed to portray the clients' unique perspective, employer brand and the type of employees they value, and entailed a variety of recruitment advertising elements including career landing pages, direct and email marketing, banner and print ads, banner stands and more (read more)
Call Center Jobs selected for Weddles Top 100 Website.
Rites of Passage at $100,000 to $1 Million+...Your Insider's Guide to Executive Job-Changing and Faster Career Progress hits record book sales.
Comings and Goings
Hewitt Associates, a global human resources consulting and outsourcing company, made two key leadership appointments in its North American Executive Compensation Consulting business--Todd McGovern to North American Executive Compensation Consulting leader and Dave Hofrichter to North American Executive Compensation Business Development leader.
Executive Compensation Alert: Say on Pay and Other Provisions Undergo Reconciliation
Conference committee deciding the fate of passed financial reform bills.
Both Houses of Congress have now passed financial reform bills with major executive compensation and corporate governance provisions. Because of differences in the bills, they will have to go to a conference committee to be reconciled.
While we do not claim to have a crystal ball, we feel safe in predicting that some of the provisions will be enacted and impact executive compensation, possibly as soon as the next proxy season.
The specific provisions affecting these areas are discussed in the Hewitt Executive Compensation Alert linked to at right. (Source: Legislative Update, Hewitt Associates)
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