It’s been a rough few years for Wells Fargo and the next few years won’t be much better, for as many as 26,500 of the bank’s employees. That’s because the bank announced Thursday that it expects to see a reduction in headcount of as much as 10% of the company’s workforce in the next three years. The company currently has approximately 265,000 employees, meaning as many as 26,500 could be out of a job by 2021. Click the headline to read more.
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2018 NMHC Student Housing Conference and Exposition
Location: Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort and Spa
Huntington Beach, CA
This annual event is strategically timed to take place at the start of each new school year and serves as a platform to share the most up-to-date industry information including lease-up numbers, new developments, millennial marketing strategies, technological innovations, new industry entrants and much more.
Open to NMHC members and non-members, this is a must-attend event whether you are an industry veteran, new to the sector, or seek exposure and access to industry decision makers.
NMHC’s Student Housing Council is the leading advocate for the privately owned student housing sector encompassing off-campus student housing and on-campus public-private partnerships.
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