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MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS ANNOUNCES NEW SUBSIDIARY FOR WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND RECRUITING

Management Solutions | June 16, 2020

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New Firm will Recruit, Train and Deploy Professionals to Fill the 15M Vacant Project Controls Jobs Nationwide. Management Solutions, one of the nation's most successful performance management and consulting services firms, announced the launch of Talent...

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AAB ACQUIRES EDINBURGH BASED PURPOSE HR

AAB | July 12, 2021

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Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), a business services group, has acquired a majority stake in Edinburgh-based Purpose HR. Through consulting and 'HR as a service' outsourcing, the firm offers human resources advice and assistance to early-stage and high-growth investor-backed companies. According to a statement, purpose HR is a strategic match for AAB, supporting growth areas such as payroll and virtual finance. For an undisclosed sum, the ...

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HASHCASH'S OFFERS SCALABLE DIGITAL SOLUTION TO AUGMENT REMOTE WORK ECOSYSTEM POST-COVID-19 LOCKDOWN

HashCash | June 08, 2020

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To streamline the post-lockdown office operations, HashCash is helping enterprises to augment their remote working system through scalable digital solutions. After creating a scalable in-house remote working architecture to continue processes, during the lo...

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MORGAN STANLEY PLEDGES NO JOB CUTS IN 2020 — AND SEVERAL BANKS FOLLOW

Morgan Stanley | March 31, 2020

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Citi, Wells Fargo and Bank of America all vowed to maintain staffing levels throughout the coronavirus crisis, while HSBC and Deutsche Bank, which were planning layoffs, put them on hold. Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman's declaration in a memo Thursday that the bank would not cut any jobs in 2020 spurred several of its peers to make similar assurances. Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan echoed Gorman's promise not to lay off staff this year in an interview with the Financial Times publis...

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MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS ANNOUNCES NEW SUBSIDIARY FOR WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND RECRUITING

Management Solutions | June 16, 2020

New Firm will Recruit, Train and Deploy Professionals to Fill the 15M Vacant Project Controls Jobs Nationwide. Management Solutions, one of the nation's most successful performance management and consulting services firms, announced the launch of Talent...

Read More
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HR ANALYTICS

AAB ACQUIRES EDINBURGH BASED PURPOSE HR

AAB | July 12, 2021

Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), a business services group, has acquired a majority stake in Edinburgh-based Purpose HR. Through consulting and 'HR as a service' outsourcing, the firm offers human resources advice and assistance to early-stage and high-growth investor-backed companies. According to a statement, purpose HR is a strategic match for AAB, supporting growth areas such as payroll and virtual finance. For an undisclosed sum, the ...

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HASHCASH'S OFFERS SCALABLE DIGITAL SOLUTION TO AUGMENT REMOTE WORK ECOSYSTEM POST-COVID-19 LOCKDOWN

HashCash | June 08, 2020

To streamline the post-lockdown office operations, HashCash is helping enterprises to augment their remote working system through scalable digital solutions. After creating a scalable in-house remote working architecture to continue processes, during the lo...

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MORGAN STANLEY PLEDGES NO JOB CUTS IN 2020 — AND SEVERAL BANKS FOLLOW

Morgan Stanley | March 31, 2020

Citi, Wells Fargo and Bank of America all vowed to maintain staffing levels throughout the coronavirus crisis, while HSBC and Deutsche Bank, which were planning layoffs, put them on hold. Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman's declaration in a memo Thursday that the bank would not cut any jobs in 2020 spurred several of its peers to make similar assurances. Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan echoed Gorman's promise not to lay off staff this year in an interview with the Financial Times publis...

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