‘The COVID-19 Experience’ survey Winner

Kristina StuartStandard

The team at D. B. Research Services would like to congratulate the lucky winner of the Samsung Galaxy 10.1″ Tab A, Mr. Logan Hinds, for participating in ‘The COVID-19 Experience’ survey. We would like to extend our appreciation to everyone who completed and shared the survey with family and friends.

The COVID-19 Experience

Kristina StuartStandard

Welcome to our new normal! How have you been handling COVID-19?  The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused several shifts in the social and economic landscape regionally and indeed globally, our role as researchers is to run the first leg of the relay that would ultimately lead to our full recovery. A critical component of this leg is your feedback. To this end, please help us by clicking HERE or by clicking the image below to share your experience. By helping us, each of you has the opportunity …

NOAH! No to Online Abuse and Harassment

Kristina StuartUncategorized

Imagine being the victim of online abuse and being ostracized and ignored by family, friends, law enforcement officials and society in general. Also imagine not knowing of any organisation you could turn to for help or what legal remedies exist to provide you with justice in your situation. This has been the plight of many individuals across Barbados, particularly young women. Recognising the unique situation of such individuals and a need to provide them with a voice to be heard, registered charity No! to …

Social media usage and our children

Kristina StuartUncategorized

Although having several benefits, increased access to internet and the accompanying rise in social media usage has brought with it the problem of cyberbullying. One concern for parents, teachers, students and the society in general is the widespread occurrence of cyberbullying among school children. Locally and internationally, this has resulted in several anti-bullying campaigns across various schools and calls for parents to take action to shut down cyberbullying. The consequences of cyberbullying can be very grave with some children deciding to commit suicide because …

Harnessing Engagement

Kristina StuartUncategorized

Consistent with the new era of conscious capitalism that has dawned worldwide, is an undeniable and almost insatiable thirst among business leaders in Barbados to not only excel financially but also seeing their staff thrive, develop and grow.  To achieve this however, the transition towards a high performing country that embraces the concept of capacity, willingness and ability (CWA) and recognize that employee performance and engagement depends heavily on these three factors is paramount.  To align Barbados with the global movement towards a greater …