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The Robots Coming For Our Jobs Will Also Help Fire Us

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AI has infiltrated decision-making on hiring, training and evaluations. Now it's creeping into the layoff process as well.

Northwestern Mutual Opens 4 New California Offices

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The company said the expansion will increase the company's presence in California and Nevada.

Savant Brings In M&A Head From Mather Group To Accelerate Growth

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The Rockford, Ill.-based RIA intends to grow its business three to five times over the next five years.

Sanctuary Wealth Replaces Jim Dickson As CEO With Adam Malamed

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The move was described as part of Sanctuary's plan to embark “on the next stage of growth."

$107M AUM Advisor Team Joins Boulder, Colo., Raymond James Affiliate

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The duo of Jens Fonnesbeck and Christopher Doll join First Investments & Planning from U.S. Bancorp.

Goldman's Solomon Joins CEOs Taking Pay Cuts After Laying Off Thousands

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Executive compensation packages are in focus as top Silicon Valley and Wall Street CEOs slash jobs.

Time Is Money To Financial Advisors, Consultant Says

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Altruist's Jason Wenk asks advisors if they are making the best use of their time.

Ranks Of Quiet Quitters Climb As Layoffs Mount

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Surveys from Gallup and a human-resources association capture a hybrid workplace with growing confusion and distrust.

Dimon Says Remote Work 'Doesn't Work' For Younger Staff, Management

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The JPMorgan CEO also said remote work can “help women” with their caregiving duties.

Wall Street Kept Hiring Throughout 2022 Despite Expense Woes

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Citigroup's increase was the biggest, with 17,000 employees added last year.

JPMorgan, BofA Show Gains In Headcount As Wells Fargo's Drops

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JPMorgan's headcount rose 2% to 293,723 from 288,474 last quarter.

Morgan Stanley's Jon Pruzan, Onetime CEO Candidate, Exits Firm

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Pruzan departs after a 28-year run that included a six-year stint as chief financial officer.

Gender Pay Equity Progress Slowed By Family Leave, Study Says

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Family leave is disproportionately taken by women to the detriment of their careers, a new report says.

Young, Educated American Men 'Quiet Quit' Jobs The Most During Covid

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Quiet quitting refers to workers scaling back overall effort and time spent on the job.

Inflation Means Big Raises Aren't Enough For Some Workers

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The job market has meant better pay for many Americans, but surging prices have eaten into the increased earnings.

Goldman To Cut About 3,200 Jobs This Week After Cost Review

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More than a third of those will likely be from within its core trading and banking units.

These Are The Wall Street Firms Making Job Cuts

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Some of Wall Street's largest banks have already fired staff or announced plans to do so.

Bonuses Shrink At Small Firms On Uncertain Outlook

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Year-end bonuses at US small and medium-size businesses fell 9.7% from 2021.

FTC Proposes A Ban On Non-Compete Contracts For Employees

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About one in five Americans is bound by a non-compete agreement.

Here Are The Five Benefits U.S. Employees Want Most

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Benefits experts say employers need to offer more than a free lunch to find and keep workers.

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