The start of a new year brings reflection on the past and a look towards the future, making it just the right time to predict what trends will make an impact in 2020.
Workforce Institute at Kronos uncovers Gen Z attitudes and motivations towards work that HR professionals can use to attract and retain a new generation of employees.
Boston College Center for Work & Family compares the parental leave experiences and attitudes of moms and dads.
The Creative Group gives an exclusive look at the latest salary and employment trends in the creative and marketing fields in this annual report.
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.
Statistics on agency employment patterns, number of ad agencies in the U.S., top cities by number of agencies and employees, and more.
MediaSense surveyed senior marketers and interviewed industry leaders around the globe to learn how they are preparing for the future media ecosystem.
EACA, edcom, and Kantar organized a roundtable of professionals from the advertising world in Europe to discuss the state of ad industry talent, staff retention, and how agencies and universities can foster engagement.
Mary Meeker’s annual report on key global Internet trends. Topics range from online advertising to using data to improve customer satisfaction and accessibility to the rise of the on-demand and remote workforce. Not to be missed!
Deloitte released its annual global Millennial survey — also featuring Gen Z insights — that highlights general attitudes and workplace behaviors.
BCG reveals findings from its survey of more than 6,500 employees in committed relationships in 14 countries to determine who bears the most responsibility for common household tasks — men or women.
Prospect and PublicAffairsAsia share the findings from their annual survey of practitioners in the communications and corporate affairs industry in Asia Pacific.