CHR Tip Sheet News
You’re probably getting a lot of emails reminding you that there’s still time to buy stuff in time for Christmas. Some even offer free overnight shipping in case you’ve left things to the last minute. In spite of the marketing blitz, I don’t think there’s the same buzz to the holidays as there once was. […]
Courts and County House Research offices will be closed on Tuesday, December 25 for Christmas and Tuesday, January 1, 2019 for New Year’s Day. We wish all our clients and colleagues a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Happy Holidays!
By all accounts, hiring will continue at a robust pace in 2019. The hiring outlook is the best it has been in 12 years according to a survey of 12,500 businesses by the Manpower Group, with employer optimism riding high in all sectors and areas of the country. A skills gap, partly the result of […]
Thanksgiving is a perfect time for people to connect as friends, families, and communities. I am incredibly grateful for my good fortune, especially in my work here at County House Research. Over the last 20+ years, I have been given the gift of dear colleagues, wonderful clients, and a great team. Have there been challenges? […]
Last August, the Tip Sheet reported that Washington, D.C. was the odds-on favorite for Amazon HQ2. Well, we were half right. Last week, Amazon announced that it will split its new headquarters – and the anticipated 50,000 new high-paying jobs – between the D.C. suburbs and Queens in New York City. Amazon received billions of […]
Amid a seemingly endless stream of allegations of various forms of industry misconduct, tech companies have begun looking to ethics officers as a way to improve business practices. The position of Chief Ethics Officers is not a new idea – there are individuals who hold that title in tech and other industries – but for the […]
There was a lot of grumbling in these parts (and I suspect everywhere else) when we turned back our clocks to Standard Time earlier this month. Daylight Saving Time, called Summer Time in Europe, was first adopted in the U.S. 100 years ago during World War I but didn’t become law nationally (with the exception […]
I want to express how delighted I was to hear that Mike Sankey was honored by NAPBS with a Lifetime Achievement Award. There are few people in any field who have done as much as Mike to grow and professionalize an industry. His creation of the PRRN and the BRB helped companies like County House […]
Check out our handy CHR guide to in-court research in New Jersey. Want to know even more? Check out this profile of CHR Results Department Manager and New Jersey courts maven, Sean Ward, on LinkedIn.
CHR Director of Client Experience, Prissy Hamilton, and V.P. of Operations, Kelly Capponi, were in Baltimore for this year’s NAPBS Annual Conference. Here are their thoughts on the conference. Prissy: What an awesome conference! First, the size. This was the highest attended NAPBS annual conference ever with 875 pre-registrations. It was lovely to see so many familiar […]