Women demand flexibility in the wake of office mandates, economic downturn and layoffs
Burn out, loneliness and lack of support are pushing women to make work, work for them — despite increasing economic pressures and pushes for in-office mandates.
The duality of women’s history
During this year’s Women’s History Month, the CEO of global design firm Turner Duckworth reflects on the unexpected support systems that made her the person she is today.
Just 4.7% of adspend put behind ads with women in professional settings
New research covering 2022’s ads showed a decrease in depictions of professional women, a drop in adspend for ads featuring darker-skinned women compared to 2021, and the continued invisibility of women over 60.
#Unstereotype: Have influencers done a better job of eroding gender stereotypes than advertising?
Many female influencers encourage body positivity, encouraging followers to 'be themselves'. But has this meaningfully eroded harmful gender stereotypes? And is traditional advertising keeping pace?
Why FIFA's Women's World Cup ambassador is an own goal
Former FIFA council member and Australia international Moya Dodd calls the move 'tone deaf.'
Before she's superwoman, she's human, says Tanishq
The film, conceptualised by Talented, highlights how there's an internal and external burden of potential that women face today.
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