Business leaders and organizations are facing a challenging global political and economic picture in 2024, from geopolitical disruption to climate change to the increased adoption and regulation and AI, in a politically uncertain and turbulent year where 76 countries across the world are scheduled to hold elections.
There is a lot of debate these days about the future of the post-pandemic workplace, and especially generational differences in work styles and preferences. The spotlight is especially focused on the latest generation to enter the workforce, Gen Z. As one recent Fortune headline told the story, […]
KRC Research, working with Weber Shandwick’s Geopolitical Strategy & Risk Group, conducted a public opinion poll in Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom and United States, to uncover how the public and employees across six countries expect business leaders to take action amid the war in Ukraine, as […]
A new study conducted by KRC Research for United Minds illustrates why contributions from both employer and employee is the secret to a committed, resilient, and successful workforce.
Today’s organizations are experiencing continuous, unprecedented change. From how, where, and even why work gets done, to shifting expectations around the […]
KRC Research, in partnership with Weber Shandwick’s Geopolitical Strategy & Risk Group, has released Home Country as Stakeholder: The Rising Geopolitical Risk for Business Leaders.
COVID-19 super-charged conversations among corporate leaders about the role of business in the world. And as […]
KRC Research, in partnership with Weber Shandwick and United Minds has released Employee Activism in the Age of Purpose: Employees (UP)Rising as an expansion upon Weber’s extensive work on corporate activism. While our previous research focuses on the impact of CEO activism on […]
December 2018—A national KRC Research survey conducted for the National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC) assesses and profiles the transportation experiences and needs of older adults (60+) and younger adults with disabilities (18 to 59). The study, also conducted among transportation caregivers, finds that older adults and people […]
Survey of U.S. Psychiatrists Reveals Support for Delegating Authority to Pharmacists to Administer Long-Acting Injectable Antipsychotic Therapies to Patients Living With Serious Mental Illness
Serious mental illness affects almost 9.8 million[i],[ii] Americans and with only 25,000 psychiatrists practicing nationwide[iii],[iv], new research reveals psychiatrist support for delegating authority to pharmacists to administer long acting injectable (LAI) antipsychotic therapies to patients living with serious mental illness.
In partnership with Weber Shandwick and KRC Research,