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Women in the Workplace 2020

Source: McKinsey
Date of Publication: September 30th, 2020
This is the sixth year of the Women in the Workplace study—in a year unlike any other.
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How Zoetis’s new CEO reset priorities and empowered employees during the pandemic

By: Kristin Peck, Aamir Malik
Source: McKinsey
Date of Publication: August 4th, 2020
Kristin Peck explains how letting local managers make their own decisions has helped the animal-health company to weather the COVID-19 crisis successfully.
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COVID-19 and the great reset: Briefing note #25, September 30, 2020

Source: McKinsey
Date of Publication: September 30th, 2020
Executives are more hopeful about the economy than they have been at any time so far during the COVID-19 crisis. Is an end to the pandemic at hand?
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Hershey Maps Trick-or-Treating Risks in Hopes Coronavirus Won’t Scare Off Halloween Sales

By: Annie Gasparro
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Date of Publication: September 14th, 2020
Candy maker is offering social-distancing tips and sending treats out early for its biggest holiday.
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Sharing What We’ve Learned: A Blueprint for Businesses

Source: Kroger
Date of Publication: July 15th, 2020
Kroger’s Blueprint for Businesses is intended to be a resource for businesses of all sizes and sectors of the economy, providing recommendations, insights, best practices and downloadable creative assets to help businesses navigate the next phase of this unprecedented pandemic.
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Facebook Details New Data for Good Initiatives Related to Covid-19

By: David Cohen
Source: Adweek
Date of Publication: June 3rd, 2020
Facebook released new visualizations and datasets that are part of its Data for Good initiative, as well as a new survey related to Covid-19.
May’s Unemployment Rate Could Exceed 20% And Even Hit The Great Depression’s 25%

May’s Unemployment Rate Could Exceed 20% And Even Hit The Great Depression’s 25%

By: Chuck Jones
Source: Forbes
Date of Publication: June 4th, 2020
On Friday the Department of Labor will release May’s employment report, and expectations are for an additional 9 million people to have lost their jobs. Depending on how many stopped looking for work, and are therefore not counted as unemployed, 9 million added to the jobless roles would increase the unemployment rate to just over 20%.
Unemployment in U.S. Unexpectedly Fell in May: Live Updates

Unemployment in U.S. Unexpectedly Fell in May: Live Updates

Source: New York Times
Date of Publication: June 5th, 2020
Hiring rebounded in May, defying expectations, with 2.5 million jobs added, the Labor Department said.
As Meatpacking Plants Reopen, Data About Worker Illness Remains Elusive

As Meatpacking Plants Reopen, Data About Worker Illness Remains Elusive

By: Michael Corkery, David Yaffe-Bellany and Derek Kravitz
Source: The New York Times
Date of Publication: May 25th, 2020
Emails show local officials received conflicting signals from state leaders and meatpacking companies about how much information to release about outbreaks in plants.
The Insight. The latest trends from The Harris Poll

The Insight. The latest trends from The Harris Poll

By: Harris Poll
Source: Harris Poll
Date of Publication: April 13th, 2020
In Wave 7 of The Harris Poll COVID-19 Tracker fielded April 11-13, 2020, all attention shifts from abject fear to restarting the economy, safely. Both in households and in businesses, fundamental assumptions are being re-thought about daily living. And if the worst is indeed behind us, Americans remain wary of going back to life as it was before. Contactless service, hygienic sourcing and at safe distance experiences are just a small part of the new not-so-normal economy. Based on these themes, our team has curated key insights to help you navigate the coronavirus. Full survey results and business implications can be found at The Harris Poll COVID-19 Portal. We will continue to actively field and provide insights on a regular cadence to keep you informed of the shifts in sentiment and behaviors as the news and guidelines evolve.