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By Noreen Malone Published Feb. 15, 2022 Updated Feb. 20, 2022 When 25 million people leave their jobs, it’s about more than just burnout. I used to think of my job as existing in its own little Busytown — as in the Richard Scarry books, where there’s a small, bright village of workers, each focused on a single job, whose paths all cross in the course of one busy, busy day. In my neighborhood in Brooklyn, I would see the same person at the Myrtle Avenue bus stop several days a week and imagine where he was going with his Dell laptop bag and black sneakers.Read About It
By Joe Morris February 2, 2022 www.ignites.com AllianceBernstein has hired State Street Global Advisors' Noel Archard to lead its expansion into ETFs. Archard, SSGA's global head of product for nearly five years, will join AB effective Monday as its global head of ETFs and portfolio solutions, AB announced Wednesday morning. Under Archard, AB intends to launch its first U.S. ETFs sometime this year, the announcement notes. “Establishing the firm’s first-ever global head of ETFs and portfolio solutions role and adding Noel to the team creates an opportunity for AB to generate an innovative and differentiated offering in a crowded space," said Onur Erzan, head of AB's global client group. Archard willRead About It
By Lydia Tomkiw January 26, 2022 The hedge fund recruiting landscape is as fierce as ever, and while the typical questions around salary remain, managers must be ready to respond to questions on hybrid working conditions, firm culture and burnout, recruiters said. The questions come amid the broader “great resignation” phenomenon and as the vast majority of hedge funds admit that they are concerned about retaining talent in the near term. “It still remains super frothy. So many people are in motion, so many people are assessing what they want to do,” said Melissa Norris, founding partner at Jamesbeck, a woman-owned executive search firm. Candidates are pro-actively coming toRead About It