Wall Street will have on this year's bonuses, with a 15 to 20 percent, and there is a big layoff coming. That does it is a leading U.s. consulting firm, Johnson Associates on Tuesday in a report.
you may saw, he's even more pessimistic, with a forecast of 25 to 30 percent of the bonuskrimp. However, the problem is more wide spread than it was when it was assessed in the report.
a Lot of firms are faced with disappointing results, due to the coronacrisis. They will be able to make their suggested goals and targets for 2020, it does not pick up, and they also have the burden of adapting to the required work from home for their staff.
the company's this year as well under the microscope when it comes to equality and fairness, says researcher Alan Harris. That is, according to him, due to the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement, and in the public debate.
the Companies will be able to because of this, additional to their course of action is to be judged, and it would be good to do things like pay to take a closer look. "This is not the year to be "tone deaf" to be," said Johnson.