Watch: how ad agencies are recruiting differently

More and more agencies are opening up their recruitment process and dropping CVs from application forms in a bid for a more diverse workforce. Campaign visited three WPP agencies to find out how they are doing it.

J Walter Thompson, Grey London and Ogilvy & Mather are all trialling various flagship schemes, varying from work experience to awards, to encourage more diversity in their applicants for entry-level jobs.  

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