Our President & CEO Barry Watson shares some secrets on how we at Environics make the most of our virtual meetings.
Workplace Culture Spaces and People
To help ESOMAR visitors make the most of their Toronto trip, we have used our years of tourism research to come up with a range of experiences for the segments of visitors we know and love.
Our President & CEO Barry Watson discusses the possibility of challenging times ahead, but the points out that the Canadian economy is better positioned than many and we have lots of reasons to be optimistic.
Today, there’s much more specialization in the industry. When this new landscape started to take shape many years ago, Environics Research came to a crossroads.
Our President & CEO discusses the importance of putting people first and providing a sense of autonomy that suits them and the job.
Now, over a year into the pandemic, employers and employees’ focus has shifted from adapting to changes to improving their mental and physical wellbeing and planning for the many permanent changes the pandemic has started.
With Canadians split on what the future holds for their current remote working situations, our team explores how organizations can plan for the uncertain future of their workplace arrangements.
Our report explores the dramatic shift to remote working in Canada, to develop a picture of the emerging future of work and how companies can respond.
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