Almost all the CEOs we surveyed in May say they will work in at least partially hybrid mode for the rest of the year—versus just 7 percent who said they'd be fully remote.
Amid historic inflation, choked supply chains, rising interest rates and an unending battle for talent, CEOs are increasingly worried about the year ahead.
More CEOs say the war in Ukraine has affected their companies’ cybersecurity than anything else, and a whopping 85 percent of them see it as a prolonged challenge, “with no end in sight.”
Inflation, supply chain snarls and increasing concern about a recession push CEO confidence to its lowest level since the Clinton v. Trump election. “The Russian invasion of Ukraine became the tipping point.”
Chief Executive’s March CEO Confidence Index poll shows equal proportions of CEOs now forecasting improving and deteriorating business conditions for the year ahead.
Chief Executive’s February CEO Confidence Index poll shows a record number of CEOs plan to increase their hiring over the coming year, but, their confidence in future conditions dropped on worries over interest rates, inflation and instability.
Chief Executive’s most recent CEO & Senior Executive Compensation Report for Private Companies shows 39 percent of U.S. companies reduced their CEO’s base salary in 2020 in response to the pandemic. A deeper look.
Despite concerns over talent shortages, employee morale and growing burnout rates, America’s HR chiefs remain confident about prospects for business and the economy—more so than CEOs and CFOs.
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