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Oct 28, 2020
Nearly 2/3 of US Workers Plan a Professional Change Due to COVID-19
In the fifth wave of a national survey among American adults, Weber Shandwick and United Minds, in partnership with KRC Research, have found that 61% of U.S. workers are contemplating professional or lifestyle changes that will impact the workplace going forward.
Nov 24, 2020
The Future of Work is Now: the Employee Experience Premium
This is the first in a new series of white papers that exploring what organizations can do to deliver a great employee experience – focusing on what will have the most impact with current and future employees
Sep 18, 2019
Paving The Way for Diversity & Inclusion Success
This workplace diversity and inclusion survey, conducted among D&I professionals at high revenue companies in the U.S., focuses on the best practices of D&I functions that are well-aligned with the overall business strategy of the company and the roles, responsibilities and challenges for today’s Chief Diversity Officers (CDOs).
Nov 13, 2020
5 Keys to Creating a Civil, Human-Centered Workplace Amid Uncertainty
How can companies ensure a human focused approach in exceptionally trying times? Here is how to support your people now and in the coming weeks.
Jul 31, 2020
ESG Investor Communications Imperatives Amid COVID-19 and Societal Uncertainty
Our latest Reputation Advisory presents guidance on the increasing importance investors are attributing to environmental, social and governance factors (ESG).
Jul 28, 2020
The workplace as a new town square
Since March 2020, Weber Shandwick, United Minds and KRC Research have conducted four national surveys among American adults to explore consumer and employee attitudes about the response to COVID-19. Our latest research also evaluated perceptions on the extent to which companies have made progress on advancing diversity, equity and inclusion.
May 29, 2020
Financing Europe’s Green Recovery
As European countries begin to emerge from an almost complete economic standstill, the EU started planning for a very ambitious and needed economic and social recovery. With the publication of the European Commission’s proposal on the European recovery plan, the EU’s executive arm crystalized its commitment to an economic recovery based on a green transition and digital transformation, to create a more sustainable and resilient economy.