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Public views on ethical retail 25 June 2014 The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct a survey into UK attitudes to ethical standards in retail and their impact on the public’s buying decisions. Public views on ethical retail
Public Health England 2013/14 Stakeholder Research 1 April 2014 Public Health England (PHE) commissioned Ipsos MORI to undertake its first annual stakeholder research, designed to assess how PHE is perceived externally and how well stakeholder relationships are developing. Public Health England 2013/14 Stakeholder Research
Ipsos Global @dvisor: Corporate Responsibility 10 July 2013 Four in ten (37%) employees in 24 countries indicate it is ‘very important’ for their own employers to be ‘responsible to society and the environment’. Ipsos Global @dvisor: Corporate Responsibility
Law Society Survey of Members 2012 1 December 2012 The Law Society of Scotland commissioned Ipsos MORI Scotland to conduct a telephone survey among its members Law Society Survey of Members 2012
Sharp decline in those who think businesses behave ethically 15 November 2012 We have conducted our annual survey for the Institute of Business Ethics on the attitudes of the British public to business ethics. Sharp decline in those who think businesses behave ethically
London 2012: Olympic sponsors score low recognition 26 January 2012 With six months to go until the London 2012 Olympics starts, the benefits of being an Olympic sponsor have yet to be realised says a new Ipsos MORI poll. London 2012: Olympic sponsors score low recognition
When celebrity endorsements go wrong 24 August 2011 When celebrity endorsements go wrong: Our latest Global @dvisor survey shows that a quarter of global citizens say they would consider not buying a product if a celebrity that endorses it is reported to be engaging in personal misbehaviour. When celebrity endorsements go wrong
2009 Members of the Scottish Parliament Survey findings 15 January 2010 A year ago, MSPs were overwhelmingly pessimistic about the near-term prospects for the Scottish economy. Views now are more mixed – one in six Government Members believe prospects will improve compared to half of Opposition Members. 2009 Members of the Scottish Parliament Survey findings
Ethical purchasing squeezed by recession, but companies will continue to invest in company responsibility (CR) 28 October 2009 As the economy continues to dominate public concerns, Ipsos MORI research shows that the importance of company responsibility in people’s purchasing has declined sharply this year. Ethical purchasing squeezed by recession, but companies will continue to invest in company responsibility (CR)
Reputation 'Crucial' To Ratings 15 March 2006 Corporate reputation and perceived leadership quality are of crucial importance to financial analysts' ratings and opinions, according to a major survey on corporate reputation. Return on Reputation is the latest of Hill & Knowlton's Corporate Reputation Watch studies, conducted with Ipsos MORI. In the survey, 282 financial analysts in North America, Europe and Asia were asked about reputation and its impact on their opinions and ratings of companies. Reputation 'Crucial' To Ratings
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