Over 80% of Workers are not Hybrid.
ESRI’s latest Social Activity Measure – which is based on data collected during the week to April 26th reports on developments in working and commuting. This analysis relies on all workers in the last three waves of SAM, giving a sample size of 1,983.
For over four fifths of workers hybrid working is either not possible or not offered. For nearly two-thirds of works hybrid working is not possible while almost one-in-five workers report that their job could be done from home, but this flexibility is not offered. For workers for whom hybrid working is feasible, the majority are happy with the number of days they attend their place of work.
Shift in Commute Modes towards Personal Motors
This chart shows main modes of transport for work commutes pre-pandemic and now, among workers who work at the same place they did before the pandemic. The vast majority who commuted by car or active travel (walk/cycle) before the pandemic continue to do so. More than one in five who used public transport previously no longer do so, with the majority switching to commuting by car.
Centra’s new Campaign ‘Choices Define Us’ Impacts Society
Centra, Ireland’s leading convenience retail group has launched a new campaign that celebrates Choices called ‘Choices Define Us’. Centra is at the heart of communities all throughout Ireland with 481 locally owned and operated stores nationwide.
The campaign, created by TBWA\Dublin and planned by Starcom, encompasses TV, audio, OOH, cinema, podcasts, PR and social. Centra boldly espouses attitude, positivity, kindness and respect with a focus is on diversity and inclusion.
The OOH planned with Source out of home embraced classic posters and digital screens to great effect. Billboards comprised 48 Sheets, Metropoles the 240 Sheet in Ranelagh, plus T-Sides together with 6 Sheets in the form of Adshel including the East Link domination, Bus Shelters and Adboxes. Roadside Digital 6s – Adshel Live, Digipanels and Digishelters together with Bridges, Digipoles and the Digital Golden Square on Wexford Street made up the Digital OOH element.
Creating intrigue, unbranded teaser digital copy, displaying a collage creative style of the four designs, ran for the first three days of the cycle with a scheduled reveal following.
The campaign was recognised winning JCDecaux’s ‘Campaign of the Month’ for April.
Speaking about the launch, Ray Kelly, Marketing Director, Centra said “This is a defining time in our lives where people are making more considered choices than ever. At Centra we take great care to understand what choices people are making and the impact that those choices will have on how people live, work, and eat so we can continue to adapt and evolve our retail offers and experiences to meet the needs of communities across Ireland.”
To mark the launch of this campaign, Centra commissioned an in-depth study to provide a deeper understanding of the choices people are making in Ireland in this period of revaluation, forced by the pandemic which revealed that 1 in 2 Irish people (46%) feel their daily choices have the power to impact positively on society. Through this campaign Centra is encouraging consumers to think about choice, and to choose wisely every day.
To read the full report click here https://centra.ie/ebook/choices-research/mobile/index.html