As Mental Health Awareness Week gets underway, there’s no better time for our industry’s leaders to make one simple commitment that’s proven to improve mental wellbeing in the workplace.
At a time when most big companies are still run by men, it is more critical than ever that we do whatever is necessary to hold on to talented women in media, warns the The Village’s co-founder.
The team ethic in media and advertising companies needs to be “rekindled” as hybrid working develops beyond the pandemic, the industry’s All In Summit heard during a panel with media leaders from GroupM and Channel 4.
According to the latest All In Census, over half of women believe parental leave has negatively impacted their career progression; now is the time to recognise and remove structural barriers to women’s success.
Four members of the Future 100 Club Class of 2022 implored industry leaders pushed for stronger inclusivity and wellbeing policies.
The charity is launching new training solutions and expanding its commercial offer to address mounting mental wellness challenges.
Good UX developers shouldn’t have much trouble translating their skills and pivoting into the crypto space.
Can agencies really expect to recruit, retain and incentivise their people without a rise in baseline salaries, asks Nick Manning.
Jobs: With fewer jobs this year and bigger competition for what’s available, you’re going to need some new job hunting tricks to add to your arsenal, writes Kirstie McDermott.
Trying to succeed as a mother in the media industry is like trying to put a seatbelt on a swarm of bees. What are we going to do differently, asks Nicola Kemp.
Since 2019 the annual 62-mile cycle trip has raised more than £80,000 for the media and advertising industry.