Every year in March, as we celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, the issue of gender inequality in the workplace surfaces. And then people don’t talk about it as much, almost dismissing the existence of the problem; brands move on to the next event to relate to.
To roll out programmes that focus on creating employment and entrepreneurial opportunities for women in the health, hygiene and sanitation sectors
Part of the company's endeavour to drive equal opportunities for women and girls in education, at home, and in the workplace
Recent government debate about cuts to nursery funding in the UK throws a spotlight on how the phenomenon of the 'third shift' risks pushing working mothers in the ad industry to breaking point.
According to a new survey, the workplace is still falling short when it comes to gender equality and inclusion.
The new targets come as part of its ambition to become "the world’s most diverse and inclusive tech company".
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