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March 4, 1991 | Michael Flagg, Times staff writer
William K. Ellermeyer worked for years as a personnel officer at large corporations. Then in early middle-age he found himself out on the street after a change of management at AirCal. Ellermeyer started an outplacement company in 1979 and, about 10 years later, sold it to Lee Hecht Harrison Inc., a New York-based outplacement firm. What is outplacement?
BUSINESS
March 4, 1991 | Michael Flagg, Times staff writer
William K. Ellermeyer worked for years as a personnel officer at large corporations. Then in early middle-age he found himself out on the street after a change of management at AirCal. Ellermeyer started an outplacement company in 1979 and, about 10 years later, sold it to Lee Hecht Harrison Inc., a New York-based outplacement firm. What is outplacement?
BUSINESS
December 2, 1988
The Ellermeyer Co., an Irvine-based management consulting firm, has been acquired by Lee Hecht Harrison Inc., New York, a provider of corporate career services. The Ellermeyer firm, which also has offices in Los Angeles and San Diego, will continue to provide both individual executive out-placement and group programs. William K. Ellermeyer, founder and president, will become a senior vice president and continue to direct the operations of the three offices.
BUSINESS
May 5, 2000
Joseph Briganti has joined Edison Capital in Irvine as an acquisitions director for its affordable housing subsidiary, Edison Capital Housing Investments. Briganti was formerly with Key Housing Capital, where he was a team leader of an acquisitions group for low-income housing tax credits. Before that he originated equity investments for Boston Capital. * William Ellermeyer and Valerio L. Giannini have joined the advisory board of VillageFax.com in Tustin.
BUSINESS
April 13, 1990 | DEAN TAKAHAHSI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The information services division of the Carter Hawley Hale department store chain plans to lay off 30 of its 450 employees here on April 23, the company said Thursday. Employees affected by the layoffs are mainly computer programmers in the division's development unit, said Bill Dombrowski, spokesman for Carter Hawley Hale. The company is seeking volunteers to resign in exchange for a severance package.
BUSINESS
May 16, 1991 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Thomas Services, operator of the Thomas Temporaries chain of temporary personnel agencies, has nabbed former ChemLawn Corp. operations chief Gene C. Wilson to serve as president, the company said Wednesday. Wilson, 46, replaces longtime Thomas President Bonnie R. Nash, who has joined the executive staff of the Lee Hecht Harrison Inc. outplacement firm in its Irvine office.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 17, 1990 | HERBERT J. VIDA
The Santa Margarita High School competition cheerleading squad captured first place in the All-Girl Cheer Division at the United Spirit Assn. National Championships recently at UC Irvine. The squad for the Rancho Santa Margarita Catholic school qualified for the event when it won the Raisin Bowl cheerleading competition in Fresno. Earlier, the squad scored an eighth place among 87 competitors at the National High School cheerleading championships in Orlando.
BUSINESS
December 7, 1990 | ANNE MICHAUD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Mark Alch, an Irvine employment consultant, is getting more last-minute notices about layoffs at his client companies these days. One recent Wednesday, he received a fax informing him that an Orange County hospital planned to lay off 10 workers the following Monday. He quickly asked three of his outplacement job counselors to clear their calenders and prepare for the task of soothing angry workers and helping them find new jobs.
BUSINESS
June 16, 1996 | STUART SILVERSTEIN
When a big ballgame is on the schedule, injured athletes often insist that they have to "play through the pain" for the sake of the team. And while many working people do the same thing on the job, others head to the sidelines when their backs ache or their heads throb--hurting their employers' bottom lines.
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