In the last ten years, women have pushed hard against the glass ceiling. Strides have been made, but the stats paint a story still in mid-motion, as evidenced by data on women working in market research and data analytics.
Madison Wells recruiters ensure the success of our client partners because we think of every search assignment as a new challenge. Research insights and advanced analytics markets are nuanced, every recruitment campaign has a unique set of variables that require a knowledgeable and dedicated approach. Our insights content reflects this; we are constantly monitoring the evolving landscape so that we can prepare our clients and deliver the best possible talent solutions to lead them into the future.
Here’s an inconvenient truth: Technology and data alone isn't going to win the day for analytics and research insights professionals – it takes the people behind the numbers learning how to tell the story.
2020 continues to wallop — it turns out that some remote workers may owe income tax in more than one state. The BIG question on many minds is if states can collect income tax from nonresidents who are working remotely for companies that are in-state? We’re about to find out.
Brand statements about major news events are the new normal. It's a new age for how brands not only engage the thorny theatre of politics — but engage and gain the trust of their consumers. Expectations have shifted (that may be putting it lightly).
The time has come to deep dive into behavioral consumer data insights. Why? Because you don’t want to get caught with your proverbial pants down. The world is changing lightning fast — brands that don’t invest in understanding the COVID and post-COVID customer will be left in the dust. Here are some key market research insights and trends into today’s customer and beyond.
Staying ahead of shopper, retail, and channel trends is a major challenge in today's disruptive environment. As shopping moves increasingly online, upending the classic retail paradigm — what is it that people are looking for, and how can a company make sure that they understand what their customers actually want?