We recognise that our people have responsibilities for children of all ages as well as elder care, and we continue to work hard to ensure that they feel fully supported to achieve their best at work and at home.
The importance of gender equality in the workplace has never been greater.
We are committed to supporting our people through every stage of their career and enabling the balance between work and family life.
We are proud to be recognised as one of the UK’s Top Employers for Working Families by leading work-life balance charity Working Families.
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Dentsu UK&I retains place in Working Families’ Top 30 Emp...The national charity for working parents and carers, Working Families, has announced that dentsu UK&I has been awarded a place on its prestigious and competitive list of the top family-friendly...
Dentsu UK&I launches premature baby and neonatal care policyDentsu UK&I announces the launch of a dedicated new policy designed to support parents of babies born prematurely or critically ill and receiving neonatal care in hospital, enabling them to spe...
Dentsu Pregnancy Loss PolicyWe are committed to supporting employees who are affected by a baby loss and we encourage you to discuss your situation with us if you are comfortable doing so. This policy sets out the rights of o...
Dentsu named a Top Employer for Working Families for the ...We're delighted to announce that for the second consecutive year dentsu has been named within the highly coveted top 30 list of the most family-friendly workplaces in the UK from Working Families, ...
Five Minutes with Katie McPhersonWe catch up with Katie McPherson, Senior Content Creative at Whitespace on how she has adapted to working from home and being a carer.
Five Minutes with Mitesh TailorHear from Mitesh Tailor, AV Director at Vizeum on his new routine of working at home and being a secondary carer.
Managing the Mum-guilt; can you really have it all?Laura Jennings, Business Development Director at dentsu Leeds talks about life at dentsu whilst being a working mum.
Five Minutes with Kelly LingIn our regular series five minutes with, we catch up with parents and carers across our network to hear how they are adjusting to life working from home.
Five Minutes with Anna BlackwellAnna Blackwell, Client MD, Dentsu X talks to us about how she is adapting to life working from home.
Five Minutes with Laura JenningsLaura Jennings, Business Development Director, dentsu talks about what she is finding most surprising about her new routine of working at home.
Five Minutes with Jon PileJon Pile, Managing Partner, Carat shares his tips and tricks for new daily routines and working at home.
Five Minutes with Alex GoodyearAlex Goodyear, Paid Social Account Manager at iProspect talks about working at home as a parent.
Our 100% employee owned and run LGBT+ and allies network.Link to &Proud
Promoting and celebrating gender equality.Link to ONE
A network for employees from a BAME background and those who champion diversity and inclusion.Link to REPRESENT
Our strategy to conquer the 'digital divide'.Link to Social Impact
Programmes of support available for everyone around mental, physical and financial wellbeing.Link to Wellbeing