Time is running out to join The Agency Circle diversity survey

Rosie Baker
By Rosie Baker | 28 August 2017

The Agency Circle diversity survey is about to go into its second year, which will for the first time offer agencies the ability to benchmark their own progress against their results for the first year.

Any agencies wishing to sign up, become part of The Agency Circle and take the survey so they can start benchmarking their own performance and progress in these areas should contact Emily Perrett before 1 September. 

Questions the survey asks agency employees to answer span all aspects of diversity, such as, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, disability, gender and age.

It touches on whether people feel they have been discriminated against, or are vulnerable to discrimination on the basis of any of those factors, if they believe ad agencies are any more or less sexist, or inclusive, than they were in the past, whether they have seen or experienced harassment, if people are over-sensitive on the topic, if their agency is supportive of flexible working for mothers and fathers, and equal opportunities.

Read The results of the first year’s survey

Read Clemenger Sydney bares all in diversity survey

Read how Leo Burnett boosts female creatives by 26%

Read Why The Hallway is moving beyond gender diversity

Also, keep an eye on AdNews for M&C Saatchi's update

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