• Asda, Comic Relief, DCMS, Merlin and Portakabin all to speak at employee engagement conference

    ORC International’s 22nd Employee Engagement Conference – The Power of Positivity – takes place at the Barbican, 15 June.

    Employee engagement experts from Asda, Comic Relief, DCMS, Merlin and Portakabin will all share their insights and approaches to improving performance through employee engagement.

    ORC international believes that positivity has the power...

  • ORC International launches employer brand offering – three dimensional view to attract and engage employees

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    ORC International launches employer brand offering – three dimensional view to attract and engage employees

    ORC International has launched a new employer brand offering to support those working in HR to attract and engage employees and increase retention.

    For an employer brand...

  • Global Perspectives study reveals what makes a winning workplace

    80% of UK employees who say they work for high performing organisations are engaged compared to only 20% of those working for low performing organisations. And 80% of employees who think their organisation is customer-centric are engaged. This is almost five times more than employees who don’t think their...

  • ORC International appoints Financial Services research expert Phil Brooks

    ORC International is delighted to announce that it has hired financial services research specialist Phil Brooks as Financial Services Research Director.

    Phil joins ORC after spending 14 years at Harris Interactive. Having started his career at Harte-Hanks (a specialist B2B agency) in 1999, Phil’s work has spanned the industry, working...

  • Customer Tech Engagement on the Rise in Restaurants

    The use of more customer-facing technology can directly impact a restaurant’s productivity along with brand loyalty and customer experience. According to a new study from The National Restaurant Association, overall technology use in restaurants is increasing. More than 33% of consumers say they are more likely to use technology-related...