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Social Mobility

by Sinead Hasson June 17th, 2015

The brightest working class talent needs more than privileged social backgrounds to help them break into elite UK firms The recent study on behalf of Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission claims that top firms are sidelining the UK’s brightest working-class applicants in favour of privileged and “polished” candidates. The report – which surveyed staff […]


Do you feel like a fake?

by Sinead Hasson June 17th, 2015

“I feel like a fake.” “It’s just luck.” “Success is no big deal.” Does this sound familiar? Even if you don’t say them out loud, do they belong to the little voice inside your head or the #shittycommittee? If these are your symptoms, the diagnosis is “imposter syndrome” and there is no easy cure. Luckily […]


May @ Hasson Associates

by Hasson Associates June 2nd, 2015

After all of the excitement of the election, and the many many blogs/articles/tweets from the industry to explain polling, May eventually settled down to business as usual. Here at Hasson Associates we work across Market Research Agency – Exec and Operations; Consultancy, Clientside and Other Agency (media, marketing, digital, design). We get to see a real […]


Project Operations @ Hasson Associates

by Nicky Geen May 18th, 2015

It’s been a busy few weeks in Project Operations for Nicky and Febe. We recently attended The Insight Show and, as always, it was great to catch up with some of our fantastic clients and also our ex-research colleagues. We also met some really interesting new companies and made some great new contacts. This last […]



by Sinead Hasson May 11th, 2015

The election brings out such mixed emotions in the market research industry and #ge2015 seems to have been the most controversial yet. Whilst the debate rages on, I think it’s a good time to take advantage of the fact that Ipsos, YouGov, Comres, ICM and Survation are part of general conversation. This happens once every 5 years […]


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