Today, Ipsos announced the appointment of Lorenzo Larini as Chief Executive Officer for Ipsos in North America, succeeding Pierre Le Manh who decided to follow other professional opportunities
New Ipsos study looks at Canadian youth attitudes on climate change
Women, lower-income and younger Canadians at most risk
Canadians place a higher trust in both doctors and scientists than they did before the pandemic; though Canadian armed forces see a decline in trust ratings
The Unstereotype Alliance today released its new report “Beyond Gender 2: The Impact of Intersectionality in Advertising,” produced with support from LIONS and research conducted by Ipsos.
Our 30-country survey finds a large majority think their mental health and physical health are equally important, but they do not see this reflected in their country’s healthcare services.
A combination of burnout, disengagement, ‘unpaid labour’ and more is pushing workers to make drastic career moves.
Virtual care tools appear to be useful, but there is room to improve on accessible benefits
Nearly Three in Ten (28%) Admit Their Mental Health Has Deteriorated, Over the Course of the Pandemic.
Emotional, Mental and Physical Fatigue (62%) Tops list of COVID-related Mental Health Concerns
Just one in six (16%) English-speaking Canadians aged 55+ feel as though the word senior describes them completely