The COVID-19 pandemic has been unusually difficult for professional women, especially those with young children or other responsibilities, such as caring for older family members. Many had to leave work
Pandemic-necessitated virtual meetings spurred council expansion
It’s about to get a little less lonely at the top. After 20 years of bringing together CEOs and other executive leaders from the Central Virginia region (particularly in the
However, survey shows better sales, capital spending outlook
Although a majority of Central Virginia CEOs have an improved outlook for sales, capital spending and employment for the next six months, they’re unhappy with the pace of reopening, according
However, 64% of surveyed CEOs don't expect significant layoffs.
A majority of Central Virginia CEOs expect sales revenues to decline during the next six months but don’t expect to significantly reduce their workforces as a result of the economic
'We have never seen such a complete reversal in CEO sentiment'
Fewer than 7% of Virginia CEOs expect sales, capital spending or employment to increase during the next six months, according to the first quarter 2020 CEO Economic Outlook Survey released