Amazon has 30,000 job openings. UK paychecks are back to 2007 levels. Plus, what changing Starbucks logo says about corporate transparency. All that and more in the latest edition of Korn Ferry's This Week in Leadership.
The e-commerce giant says it wants to fill 30,000 open jobs by early next year. Why reskilling may be a key to achieving that goal.
The coffee giant pulled the curtain back on its brand identity, signaling just how critical transparency is becoming for consumers all over.
Despite all the anxiety, the job market is still mostly humming along.
Inflation-adjusted pay is, on average, back to pre-financial-crisis levels. But that average figure masks a major pay gap.
Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison on the three “stories” your resume should convey about yourself.