The 5 biggest workplace trends of 2023, according to Glassdoor and Indeed
16 Nov 2022
Since the pandemic began, the U.S. labor market has seen no shortage of twists and turns—from record-breaking job losses to the Great Resignation. And as 2022 comes to a close, workers are facing an uncertain year yet again.
According to a recent survey of 1,300 CEOs by KPMG, more than half of U.S. CEOs are considering layoffs in anticipation of a 2023 recession. And Barclays, Citigroup, Meta, Twitter, and Salesforce are just a few of the organizations that have cut jobs this month.
Restaurant Road Trip: Matt’s Pizza ShopNov 16 2022
NEWBURG, W.Va. (WBOY) – For this week’s Restaurant Road Trip, we stopped in Preston County at a pizza shop that recently reopened under new ownership. Matt’s Pizza Shop originally opened in 1996 as a family business. In 2016 the shop closed its doors so that the former owner could...
Over the hills and through the woods: WVU works to improve mountain biking in West VirginiaNov 14 2022
With new research happening on Morgantown trails, West Virginia University is hoping to continue raising the state’s mountain biking profile. Chad Pierskalla, professor of recreation, parks and tourism resources at the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, is among a team of researchers focusing on advancing...
CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – A recent study from WalletHub has declared that Morgantown, W.Va. is among the top 50 best sports cities in the nation. To achieve their results, WalletHub compared 392 cities across more than 50 key metrics related to football, basketball, baseball, hockey and soccer. In the...