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Deloitte reports that millennials around the globe have lost confidence due to the terror attacks in Europe, Brexit, and the contentious U.S. Presidential Election.
The 4A’s and its U.K. counterpart are launching the second year of a coveted program that sets a worldwide certification standard for entry-level agency talent.
Check out this AARP report to learn the similarities and differences among Millennials, Gen Xers, and Baby Boomers in the workforce. Topics include: Employment status Reasons to work Job characteristics they value Job satisfaction Benefits.
This is the second survey by Campaign and the IPA on gender and ethnicity in UK advertising agencies.
Agencies: Are you interested in participating in the 4A’s Multicultural Advertising Intern Program? The deadline for signing up is January 20th.
This confidential study compares the overall compensation of the highest-paid individuals in 94 4A’s member agencies with annual gross income up to $75 million.
Think with Google talks about three personality types that build a culture of growth in marketing organizations.
This survey by Campaign and MEC uncovers the experiences and issues of ageism in the UK advertising and marketing industry.
Randstad and Future Workplace study the traits and workplace values of Millennial and Gen Z employees.
This latest report from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency confirms Australia’s lower wages for women in every industry and their under-representation in management and leadership roles.
This article from Campaign explains the current situation of working mothers in the UK advertising industry.
LinkedIn and the 4A’s have released exclusive data around engaging and retaining strategy professionals, including that 28 percent of respondents do not see themselves working at their current agency in the next year.
She Runs It examines the career journeys of women in marketing and media industries.
Ken Wheaton, Managing Editor, Ad Age moderated the “Saturday Morning” panel on day 2 of Talent@2030 2016. Panelists included Keith Cartwright, Executive Creative Director, BSSP, Geoff Edwards, Creative Executive, Creative Arts Agency, Jayanta Jenkins, Global Group Creative Director, Twitter, and Jimmy Smith, Founder and CCO, Amusement Park Entertainment.
Heidi Hackemar, Founder, Wolf & Wilhelmine moderated the “Setting The Right Course For The Future” panel on Day 2 of Talent@2030 2016. Panelists included Cindy Gallop, Entrepreneur & Renown Advertising Consultant and Jack Myers, Media Ecologist and Author.