Now has introduced a new policy for fathers which will match the 16-weeks paid leave offered to women on maternity leave.
When you are tired of Christmas advertising, you are tired of life, said someone in advertising maybe.
The Women's Equality Party are launching a campaign to mark Equal Pay Day today, the symbolic date whereby women effectively stop being paid a salary, relative to men
In marketing circles, we like nothing more than to talk about "bravery" and "purpose". Yet when it comes to the thorny issue of the ethics of the internet, business leaders are conspicuous by their absence.
If marketing was once based on consumers hiding their imperfections, its future lies in celebrating the 'true self', creating an uncomfortable tension for social-media platforms.
Leading marketers have been queuing up to champion the role of diversity in driving creativity, following controversial comments made by M&C Saatchi's group chief creative officer, Justin Tindall.
Too many car brands still have a problem communicating with women. Nicola Kemp explores how Vauxhall and Mother took a very different approach for the Crossland X ad campaign.
Liberty, the human rights and civil liberties campaigning group, is to use creative ideas and strategy inspiration from this year's NABS Fast Forward delegates to put an end to indefinite immigration detention.
Cindy Gallop is calling on the advertising industry to provide a safety net to individuals willing to step forward and share their stories of sexual harassment.
The notion that diversity and talent are mutually exclusive pursuits are damaging not just to the advertising industry, but the business of brand-building itself.
Creative discovery and Oxford Street Tube station do not usually come hand in hand.
Why the company turned to R/GA to help it attract and retain the best global talent
As founder and chief purpose officer of ThisAbility, a network designed to support the industry's best creative disabled talent, Sulaiman Khan has his sights set on revolutionising the landscape.
Are employees being sold a myth about the future of work?
Creative Equals, in partnership with D&AD New Blood, has awarded its £5,000 intern bursary to young creatives Megan Egan and Mary Johansen.
This year's Faces to Watch share the single biggest change they would like to make to the advertising industry.
From increasing starting salaries, embracing flexibility and giving people the space to bring their whole selves to work; this year's Faces to Watch explain how the industry needs to change.
Meet the future of the industry: they're young, ambitious and talented - and are likely to be running the show sometime soon.
As the IPA and Campaign kick off the Women of Tomorrow awards for 2018, a former winner Victoria Buchanan, executive creative director at Tribal Worldwide, reveals the power of putting yourself forward.
The IPA has kicked off the search for the 2018 Women of Tomorrow Awards, in partnership with Campaign.