Bank branch closures: a communications conundrum
Bank branch closures remain a major issue for banks, with changing financial habits and the threat of new competitors set to exacerbate the problem in years ahead. So what should a bank consider before closing a branch, and how could it affect its reputation?
Practical Ethics in Social Media Research: The greatest good for the greatest number?
The amount of social media data readily available to anyone inclined to look is staggering. This raises important questions about the principles around analysing individuals’ data. What can be done to ensure social media data research is as conscientious as it is revealing?
Ipsos MORI Research Highlights - May 2019
As Brexit deadlock continues nearly seven in ten see Brexit as the UK’s biggest issue. As concern about crime increases, we look at the impact of fake news and ask are we becoming more environmentally conscious? All this and the underlying attitudes to the EU in our roundup of this month’s releases.
2018 international traders and investors study
Results of the latest Ipsos MORI business survey for Department of International Trade have been published. The survey measures attitudes and behaviours towards the UK, identifying key enablers and barriers to business, as well as exposure and response to two international business to business (B2B) GREAT Britain campaigns.
Employers’ motivations and practices: A study of the use of occupational health services
Ipsos MORI was commissioned by the Work and Health Unit (WHU) to undertake qualitative research with employers in Great Britain with two or more employees, to explore their practices and motivations for using occupational health services.