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Press Release: Questback to exhibit at Employee Engagement Summit as Platinum Sponsor

Published 8 May 2019 by

We are pleased to announce we will exhibit as Platinum Sponsor of the Employee Engagement Summit, Europe’s biggest employee engagement event, where we will showcase our complete feedback solution for driving greater employee engagement through better listening and action.

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Press Release: Questback and John Lewis & Partners shortlisted for Most Innovative Deployment of Technology at HR Excellence Awards 2019

Published 30 April 2019 by

We are thrilled to announced that we have been shortlisted in the Most Innovative Deployment of HR Technology category at the prestigious 2019 HR Excellence Awards.

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Press Release: Survey of US Financial Sector Reveals Complacency in Gender Pay

Published 1 April 2019 by

New data from Questback shows that employees believe that they work for a meritocracy, despite evidence of a gender pay gap.

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Press Release: Questback showcases innovative market research partner, Touchstone Research, at Quirk’s sold-out industry event in Brooklyn

Published 5 March 2019 by

In today’s digitally-charged economy, agile and innovative insight is the difference between success and failure.

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Press Release: Questback to Present at the JMP Securities 2019 Technology Conference

Published 26 February 2019 by

Our CEO, Frank, takes to the stage today at the JMP Securities Technology Conference where he'll share his vision for the future of enterprise feedback, the benefits and the enormous business opportunity it brings.

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Press Coverage: Cultural bias underpins the Gender Pay Gap in UK financial services

Published 24 January 2019 by

Gender Pay Gap reporting data shows a 27% disparity in favor of men in the UK financial services sector, significantly higher than the national average of 18%. This disparity is largely caused by the fact that male employees are more likely to reach to senior positions that command higher salaries. Our resident assessment psychologist, Andrew Cocks, talks to HR Review about why that is.

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