Talent crisis

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Clockwise from top left: Amina Folarin, Jon Peppiatt, Mark Denton, Tony Quinn, Jane Evans, Rahmon Agbaje and Tilly Swan

Does adland overlook the value of experience?

When senior talent leave an agency, typically they are replaced. But in times of economic malaise, some agencies are choosing

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One in 10 agency staff has quit their job due to stress of pitching

Half of respondents reported signs of stress during the pitching process.

Screenshot of students working within WPP's Creative Tech Apprenticeship programme, pictured in front of an immersive digital scene

WPP calls for candidates to join its creative tech apprenticeship scheme

Follows a pilot programme launched in November 2022.

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Sexual harassment still pervades industry workplaces, so why aren't businesses tackling it?

It's time for senior staff and leaders to take on more responsibility.

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Neurodiversity in marketing: How my dyslexia helps me as a CMO

For Neurodiversity Celebration Week, Benjamin Braun, the chief marketing officer of Samsung Europe, talks about his own personal experience of

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John Hegarty: the future of talent is about fluidity

Freelance talent finder Genie hopes to aid the creation of a diverse workforce.

James Shoreland

The people paradox for agencies: client satisfaction is up, staff happiness lags

A new Campaign series examines the talent crunch in adland as the jobs market rebounds after last year’s pandemic cuts.

How can agencies compete with the tech giants for talent?

Adland is losing people to the likes of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. How can it fight back?

Ogilvy pledges to hire 20 senior female creatives globally by end of 2020

Ogilvy has kicked off Cannes Lions by announcing a new commitment to raising the number of women, including importantly more


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