Prospect and PublicAffairsAsia share the findings from their annual survey of practitioners in the communications and corporate affairs industry in Asia Pacific.
Accenture measures people’s perceptions and experiences of their workplaces and identifies the factors that can foster a culture of equality.
Duke’s semi-annual survey collects the opinions of top marketers to predict the future of markets, track marketing spending, and improve the value of marketing in firms and society.
24 Seven looks at the work attitudes and behaviors of 2,000 professionals and hiring managers across multiple industries including digital marketing, advertising, and creative services.
Frankfurt Kurnit Klein+Selz provides a handy summary of the legislative changes affecting hiring practices, employment agreements, employee classification, training, and more in California.
New York employers may still be reeling from all of the employment law changes in 2018. Moses & Singer discusses ten important changes in the law employers want to make sure they are implementing in 2019.
This annual study from LeanIn.Org and McKinsey & Company looks at the state of women in corporate America. The report also includes steps companies can follow to create a more fair and inclusive work environment, plus case studies of companies that are making a difference.
The 2018 Employee Compensation final report, showing salaries as of May 2018, has just been published. The study includes salary data from agencies of all sizes, reflecting the responses of 333 member agency offices providing data on over 30,000 salaries for 233 job titles in 19 job categories.
The Creative Group gives an exclusive look at the latest salary and employment trends in the creative and marketing fields in this annual report.
CreativeBrief explores the state of agency working culture today.
The Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies explores the retirement preparedness of American workers and the influence demographics has on retirement.
Discover which U.S. states use the most vacation days and who uses the least in this report from Project: Time Off.