MRWho - People and skills in Market Research
w/c 5/4/2002

Issue 2

MRWho is the first supplement to DRNO, subtitled 'People and Skills in Market Research', and looking at recruitment, training, salaries and benefits, loyalty, teambuilding and all other aspects of human resources for the MR profession.

MRWho is free of charge, like the news emails, but comes in a .pdf format so you have the choice of printing it out or reading it on your screen.

The second edition, for April 2002, was published on 5/4 and is available for download from this site (see bottom right) - you'll need a password and for this you'll need to subscribe. If you'd like to, just email us and say so, giving us your email address (and those of anyone else there who wants it), your JobTitle(s) and the name of your company - this will only be used for our own stats, ie so we can give advertisers general information about the types of people reading it - and for our own analysis / edification. Re confidentiality of this: we are MRS members and you know the drill!

If you're not in an HR function and you think your company's personnel or training people would be interested, please let them know - there is no limit to the number of subscribers per company, of course.


arrow   Interviewer pay and conditions - results of a survey of leading agencies and comment by Nick Thomas
arrow   Detailed statistics on salary differences by UK region, (based on 2,500 advertised jobs from the last 18 months) and the distribution of vacancies
arrow   Careers advice
arrow   Information on training courses
arrow   Feature articles on 'What is Insight and can Market Researchers 'do it?' by Kate Dann, and on life as an independent consultant
arrow   News of senior level and international appointments and vacancies

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