Employment Flexibility in the UK Advertising Industry
A piece of research on flexible working commissioned by the IPA and carried out by Niall Hadden of WCRS in March 2003 suggests that the agency ‘hire and fire’ resourcing model has on average cost a large agency £2.5 million over a two year period (2001-2002). Members: free / Non-members: £1+VAT
Future of Work
The Future of Work is the latest thought-piece on workplace issues which looks ahead to the likely impact of Gen-X and Gen-Y on the agency business in 2020. Attracting and retaining talent remains a key task for agency management and The Future of Work offers agency management a number of insights into both Gen-X and Gen-Y and reports on how to retain a talented workforce through flexible working in the years ahead. Members: free / Non-members: £50+VAT
Women in Advertising (1990)
Findings and recommendations of a study commissioned by the IPA. Marilyn Baxter, Saatchi & Saatchi's Director of Planning, was asked to undertake a study into why there were so few women in top management in advertising agencies. The report was published in January 1990. Members: free / Non-members: £1+VAT
Women in Advertising -10 years on
Women in Advertising - 10 Years On has found that women believe that advertising is a better industry for them in 2000 than it was ten years before. It was found that women make up half the staff in the advertising industry. Compared to the FTSE 100 companies, women in advertising are at least four times as likely to have reached a board position and five times as likely to be in an executive position. Members free / Non-Members £2 + vat.