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- 11th Apr 2023
5 Insights & Actions to Enhance Compliance Programs
How can cultural psychology and behavioural science be leveraged to improve compliance programs? We recently explored this question in a webinar.
- 4th Apr 2023
Responding to financial turbulence
A lot depends on market ‘sentiment’, i.e. economic actors’ beliefs or attitudes towards specific financial instruments, institutions or entire market segments, in turn influencing their behaviour. A critical element shaping confidence is the expectation of how others will act.
- 22nd Mar 2023
Good data is critical to employment equity
Good data is essential to achieving workplace equity goals. Imagine as an employer that you’re trying to increase equity in your team or organisation but aren’t sure what your current staff demographics are. To establish an accurate baseline and inform targets, you’ll need data. Specifically, employee self-identification information. This is…
- 15th Mar 2023
How to improve quality of work using Behavioural Insights
The latest UK figures show that over a fifth of people aged 16-64 are out of the labour force (neither working nor looking for work). Some of the reasons for inactivity are financial, but others are much more than financial.
- 24th Jan 2023
AI to BI: Using artificial intelligence in qualitative research in the Middle East
BIT used AI to co-create images for a campaign to encourage adults in the Middle East to share technical training opportunities with their children
Laura dirige le bureau parisien de BIT, où elle mène une équipe travaillant sur une série de projets à visée sociale adressant des problématiques variées, depuis la santé publique à la protection des consommateurs, en passant par la durabilité, l’éducation, ou encore les finances publiques. Elle travaille au BIT depuis…
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- 29th Nov 2022
How to deliver inclusive recruitment
Employers can unnecessarily put off or turn away appropriate candidates if their recruitment processes are not inclusive
- 15th Nov 2022
‘Best buys’ and budgets
Evidence generation remains a minority sport
- 14th Nov 2022
Statistics are too important to be confusing
Why people often find economic statistics confusing and difficult to understand and what to do about it
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- 11th Nov 2022
Improving Public Understanding of Economic Statistics (1 of 2)
Previous research has found that the UK public feel economics and economic statistics are communicated in a way that is “confusing”, “complicated” and “difficult to understand”. We also know that the UK public want to hear more economic information directly from economic statistics producers who they trust and without the…