Established in 2009, the Reputation Council brings together senior communicators from some of the most respected corporations in the world. The Reputation Council’s mission is to increase understanding of the issues and challenges facing communicators in the corporate environment, as well as capturing expert views on key trends, issues and events in the wider world. Each sitting of the council provides a definitive guide to the latest thinking and practice in the corporate communications world.
This tenth sitting of the Reputation Council involved 114 senior communicators based in 17 different countries and explores issues such as: how you can build a sustainable reputation; the difference between brand and reputation; how to achieve reputation differentiation; and the future relationship between corporations and NGOs.
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.
Concept testing the migration of tax credits customers to Universal Credit
This report presents the findings from the qualitative research carried out by Ipsos MORI on behalf of HMRC. The report explores how tax credit customers would react to a possible managed migration journey and what support they would potentially need.