Corporations in almost every industry are in the process of trying to cut costs to help deal with the economic downturn brought on by the Coronavirus. The pandemic has taken a toll on the entire economy and companies need to take drastic measures in order to stay afloat. AT&T, for example, has expressed a goal
Month: June 2020
(Updated as of June 25th, 2020) 1. AT&T Layoff Crystal Ball For a crystal Ball of AT&T layoffs, one need to look no further than the Elliott Management(Paul Singer) Memo discussing what AT&T needs to change to create shareholder value. The problem is when Paul Singer agitates, a lot of people lose their jobs… Read
The worldwide pandemic has had Fortune 500 companies scrambling to protect their dividends and keep their shareholders happy. Almost every economic sector took a hit, but the Oil & Gas Industry was among the most affected. The results have been generally negative for workers at those companies. In April, The Houston Chronicle reported that ConocoPhillips
Updated as of 8/13/2020 AT&T Layoff Crystal Ball I recently received some information from colleagues that are associated with the telecommunications industry and I summarized what they stated. This is an opinion and from sources deemed reliable. My story is titled the AT&T Layoff Crystal Ball. For a crystal Ball of AT&T layoffs, referred as
With everything happening in the world and the markets right now I’ve had clients consistently inquiring about their pension plans. While I’m obviously a recruiter and not a financial advisor, I have done a fair amount of research on the subject. I decided to create this post in the hopes of helping out some of
Working hard and saving is only half the battle when it comes to making sure you’re taken care of in retirement. Much of it comes down to having a sound investment strategy and being able to adjust that strategy based on the market. The key for survival for retirement assets will always be preparing for
Life after AT&T can sometimes become a difficult decision whether you want to continue working or go into retirement. Usually this decision is broken down in two categories: financially and emotionally. Here I am going to show you in this two categories why you should continue to work and the benefits that come with it.