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70% of Employees Are Likely to Participate in Job Retraining If Offered, Suggesting That Companies Can Benefit From Providing Retraining

WASHINGTON, D.C. – July 9, 2019 – Seventy percent of employees (70%) say they are likely to participate in an employer-provided job retraining program, according to a new survey report by Clutch, the leading B2B ratings and reviews firm.

Clutch surveyed 510 full-time employees in the U.S. to learn about their experiences with and attitudes about job development and retraining.

when companies last offered employees job retraining

Experts say that most employees value job retraining opportunities for a simple reason: They want to improve at their jobs.

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Most Highly-Ranked B2B Companies in Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, and Louisiana Announced in Clutch’s 2019 List

Clutch’s research team has highlighted over 340 B2B service providers in their 2019 United States listings based on their impressive client feedback, market leadership and knowledge, project management style, and ability to deliver upon diverse and demanding projects.


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Clutch Announces the 2019 Leading B2B Firms in Delaware, Florida, and Georgia Across Four Categories

The research team at Clutch selected more than 290 B2B companies as leaders in their 2019 United States report based on the companies’ portfolio of work and diverse clientele, market presence, project management skills, and high-quality client feedback.

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Clutch Announces the Top 2019 B2B Companies in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, and Connecticut

Clutch featured more than 450 companies in its 2019 ranking of the top service providers in the United States based on their industry leadership, excellent service and project management, and their impressive track records of high-quality projects across a variety of industries.

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52% of Small Businesses Plan to Outsource in 2019, Most Commonly for Accounting, IT Services, and Digital Marketing Tasks

WASHINGTON, D.C. – June 19, 2019 – More than half of small businesses (52%) will outsource business processes in 2019, according to a new survey report from Clutch, the leading B2B ratings and reviews firm.

Small businesses will most frequently outsource accounting (21%), IT services (20%), and digital marketing responsibilities (20%).Why Do Small Businesses Outsource

Clutch surveyed 529 U.S. small business owners and managers to understand their outsourcing plans and preferences.

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83% of Employees Want Some In-Office Working Time Over Working Fully Remotely

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 18, 2019—Most employees prefer to spend some time in an office (83%) over being fully remote, according to a new Clutch survey of 503 full-time employees.

Would Employees Rather Work Remotely or In-Office?In-office work helps employees collaborate with coworkers and feel included in the company’s culture.

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Clutch Highlights the Top Small Business, Freelance, and WordPress Web Design Companies

As part of a 2019 report, Clutch selected 150 web design companies as leaders for specific design focus areas based on the quality of their design work, their client satisfaction, and their industry leadership.



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Clutch Announces the 2019 Leading B2B Agencies in Australia, Highlighting Australia’s Growing Technology Market

In a new report, Clutch highlighted 70 B2B companies as the top service providers in Australia. These leaders were ranked by Clutch’s research team based on a variety of factors, including their market presence, client reviews, past and current projects, and their technological and marketing expertise.


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Clutch Ranks the 2019 Leading Creative & Marketing Agencies for Select Categories

In its annual 2019 report, Clutch selected more than 560 agencies as leaders across a variety of marketing and creative categories based on the companies’ thought leadership, the quality and breadth of their services, and their ability to deliver results to diverse clientele.


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33% of People Plan to Invest in a Smart Home Device in the Next 3 Years, Demonstrating the Growth of IoT in the Home

WASHINGTON, DC - May 30, 2019 - People plan to invest more in IoT technology in their homes, according to a new survey report

Smart Home Device Investment Plans

Smart home devices – home appliances and devices equipped with IoT technology, such as a smart thermostat or smart security system – allow people to control and monitor their homes remotely. 

Currently, 53% of people own a smart home device. One-third (33%) plan to invest in a smart home device in the next three years. 

Clutch, the leading B2B ratings and reviews firm, surveyed 581 people to examine how they are growing more comfortable with IoT technology in their homes.

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