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The Age of Employee Activism

A young woman works for what she says is an “awesome company,” but after two years, during which she’s worked long hours and “sacrificed my relationships, time and energy” for a boss who she thinks doesn’t value her work, she quits. This is not an exceptional case…until you watch the video above.

Employees have always […]

June 26th, 2014|

Bentley University PreparedU Project: Insights and advice on preparing for the 21st century workforce

Bentley University, a small, four-year business college in the Boston metropolitan area, has a ninety-five percent job placement rate and a ninety-nine percent student loan repayment rate. Bentley was puzzled by the continuing discussion in the media that states there is a preparedness problem in America, especially since they don’t see it with their […]

June 25th, 2014|

Hope for the future

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June 23rd, 2014|

Women’s Leadership Network: The Workday My Way

IPG’s Women’s Leadership Network (WLN) sought to use its unique platform to conduct a study about the impact and influence flexible work schedules – both formal and informal – have on job performance, office environments, and employee job satisfaction. To assist with this, KRC interviewed 4,380 employees (26% of all IPG employees) from 72 […]

June 20th, 2014|

CIT: Voice of the Middle Market | Perspectives from the Heart of the U.S. Economy

Working with our sister agency, Weber Shandwick, KRC engaged in a multi-phase thought leadership research approach designed to build credibility beyond competitors already active in the space and position CIT as the “go to voice” of the middle market. As part of this study, KRC and CIT established a partnership with Dr. Arnoldo Hax […]

June 20th, 2014|

Employees Rising: Seizing the Opportunity in Employee Activism

Weber Shandwick partnered with KRC Research to conduct Employees Rising: Seizing the Opportunity in Employee Activism. Through an online survey of 2,300 employees covering 15 markets worldwide, the study explores the employee activist movement to help organizations understand what it takes to catch the rising tide of employee activism.

The survey reveals a rising social […]

June 20th, 2014|

Surveying Soccer Fans: Getting Language Right

Written by Mark Richards, Senior Vice President

Whether or not you’re a soccer fan, you might find your next several weeks dominated by the World Cup. Starting on June 12, the entire world will turn towards Brazil to see their favorite soccer stars compete for their countries– or, according to a recent poll, almost the […]

June 11th, 2014|

KRC Test Post

KRC’s UK New Year’s Resolutions Poll 2014 | Ring in 2014 with KRC’s UK New Year’s Resolutions Poll Results

During the month of December, KRC Research surveyed 2064 adults in the UK on whether or not they will be making New Year’s Resolutions this year, and what these resolutions may entail. It was discovered that […]

June 9th, 2014|

The KRC Insights Blog

An interesting headline from PR Daily a couple months ago: “The vast majority of public relations pros have something to be thankful for today: that you don’t work for SeaWorld’s crisis communications team.” In the wake of the Blackfish opening, the Orlando Business Journal included a quick online poll in one of its articles, asking, […]

June 4th, 2014|

Top 10 Social Media Research Studies for Public Relations Professionals

Fifty-six percent of executives say digital engagement with customers is at least a top-ten company priority, according to a study by McKinsey & Company. The study is one of 10 in the Institute for Public Relations’ “Top 10 Social Media Research Studies for Public Relations Professionals for the Second Half of 2013.”

May 28th, 2014|