The fourth-annual BDO Affordability Index from BDO Debt Solutions, which examines how affordable life is in Canada, shows that the COVID-19 pandemic is eroding the standard of living for many Canadians, while the rising cost of living has only added to their burden. To make matters worse, many don’t know how they are going to improve their situation.
How do millennials and Generation Z connect to digital communities? And why? Are different types of communities better than others to participate in? How do you participate? Sid Lee along with Angus Reid, conducted a global research study on Gen Z and millennials and their relationship with communities to answer these questions.
Average Ransom Payment for Canadian Organizations More Than C$450,000, According to New Palo Alto Networks Survey
Palo Alto Networks commissioned Canada’s leading market research firm (Angus Reid) to poll 1,000 IT decision-makers at Canadian organizations with 100-1,000 employees to evaluate the current state of the ransomware threat landscape in Canada.
A survey of Canadian software developers reveals that salary savvy engineers also look at the ability to work remotely, the types of problems they’re solving, and team leadership and culture when making career decisions.
Sage (FTSE: SGE), the market leader in cloud business management solutions, partnered with Angus Reid for a newly commissioned report, Forward Together: Building a Resilient Future. The report uncovers new insights into the current hiring challenges among Canadian businesses, and how they are moving forward in 2022.
Sage (FTSE: SGE), the market leader in cloud business management solutions, uncovered the impact of burnout on Canadian businesses in a new commissioned report – 2021 Forward Together.
The DUCA Impact Lab, is announcing the release of its annual study into the State of Fair Banking in Canada. This year the study looked specifically at how banking relationships have impacted the pandemic recovery and the impacts of fair banking perceptions on financial decision making by race, gender, credit profile and socio-economic factors.
Affordability is a timely issue. Rising costs of living, stagnate incomes and growing debt loads have left Canadians feeling financially stuck, focused on making ends meet and unable to save for days ahead.
The BDO Canada Affordability Index shows that over half (53%) of Canadians continue to live paycheque-to-paycheque and debt remains overwhelming for 25%. Over a quarter (27%) still don’t have enough for their needs and less than half (42%) have enough money to spend on their wants.
A new survey of Canadian borrowers and lenders reveals the impact of mounting debt pressures and the disconnect between these two groups on several important issues. The survey, conducted by DUCA Impact Lab with Angus Reid, talked to over 2,000 Canadian borrowers and over 250 lenders and sheds light on gaps in perceptions among the two groups.
Sage, a market leader in cloud business management solutions, today released a survey conducted in partnership with market research agency Angus Reid examining how confident Canadian business owners are in the current economy.
The majority of Canadian companies say they aren't adequately prepared to recover their reputation in the aftermath of a crisis, a volatile and complex situation that interferes with an organization's ability to carry on normal business. This gap is one of the findings of a new 2019 crisis readiness survey of 625 business decision-makers commissioned by Provident Communications Inc. in partnership with Angus Reid Global.
According to the third annual BDO Canada Affordability Index, which examines how affordable life is in Canada, the COVID-19 pandemic has widened the affordability gap, intensifying economic disparities across the country.
New Canadians in B.C. earn eight per cent less than workers who are at least third generation Canadian, while immigrants in Vancouver earn 18 per cent less, a new Vancity report has found.
A study by Angus Reid Global revealed that Canadian cars are sitting idle 96 per cent of the time, guzzling money. The study was conducted in partnership with Turo, the world’s largest peer-to-peer car sharing marketplace.