Poll: How’s work this year?

How much vacation time do you get each year? Marketing is currently working on the always popular annual salary survey—a comprehensive picture of who is making what and where in Canadian marketing and communications. And while our editors are pouring over the results from industry recruiters, we also want to hear from you. Last year we […]

Marketing is currently working on the always popular annual salary survey—a comprehensive picture of who is making what and where in Canadian marketing and communications. And while our editors are pouring over the results from industry recruiters, we also want to hear from you.

Last year we asked about vacation time, your average workweek and what you make in a year. To see how much has changed in 12 months, we pose the same questions again.

Please take a minute or two to answer the three questions below (anonymously of course), and look for the final results in the Oct. 8 issue of Marketing.

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Taxi absorbs Y&R

Changes limited to Toronto with no impact on Y&R's other offices in Canada

OPSEU campaign warns of drunk grocery shoppers

Public awareness campaign stems from concern around social safeguards

Friction in Formula 1 can help lift ad sales: Martin Sorrell

When a sport is under pressure, people grow more interested says WPP chief exec

Inside Facebook: How to make sense of audience measurement

Are brands getting a handle on the mobile revolution?

Sid Lee acquired by Kyu, Hakuhodo DY Holdings

The agency will remain headquartered in Montreal and maintain its leadership

Watch This: A Canadian shade of kink (kinda NSFW)

Durex Canada took a new position (or four) in time for Canada Day

On the Move: Changes at Exchange Lab, Bleublancrouge

A weekly recap of who's headed where in Canadian marketing and communications

Bullseye – Remember Equity?

Campaigns used to run for years. But as Mike Tennant observes, marketing has become mostly short-term plays

Vision7 phases out Dare brand, opens Camp Pacific

Shorkey, staff and clients remain, but Dare brand retired from Canadian market