In our latest blog, Antonis Kazouris, Research Executive at Ipsos LEAD, discusses the importance of employee engagement in times of change.
Results from our latest survey for the Sutton Trust shows an ongoing fall in the proportion of young people who feel likely to go into higher education.
A new global survey across 25 countries shows that 59% of Britons say they never check in with work while on holiday.
Ipsos MORI has undertaken survey research on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions to understand attitudes towards workplace pensions amongst employees.
As Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, retires at 96 after 22,219 public engagements, we look at our Future of Retirement research series for HSBC and ask what people can expect of retirement today.
In our latest blog, JB Aloy, Global Head of Workforce Analytics Solutions and Employee Experience Insights at Ipsos LEAD, explores the future of Employee Engagement and tackles the specific challenges HR leaders need to overcome.
Seven in ten Britons think the country is on the wrong track – the worst it has been since 2013.
Limited availability of rapid-charging stations is today the biggest barrier to the adoption of electric vehicles, according to a new study of 17,000 people from Ipsos MORI.
Brexit and the NHS continue to head the public’s list of the biggest issues facing Britain.
In our latest blog, Sean Mills, Executive Director of Ipsos LEAD, explains why, when it comes to norms, you should always start with your own organisation first.