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We aim to recruit, retain and engage the most talented people by adopting inclusive working practices and investing in our people so they can do great work for our clients.

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Our mission is to build and foster an inclusive culture of belonging, one that is equitable and respectful of diverse thought and individual expression.

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WPP invites its global workforce to practise inclusion as a skill

WPP is expanding its inclusive leadership training to its 100,000+ employees across the world

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WPP provides route into the ad industry for next generation of creative technologists

The Creative Tech Apprenticeship is a nine-month, paid programme that will equip candidates with world-class skills in coding, film, design and more

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WPP launches data and AI learning programme for young people

The Creative Data School provides over 6,000 students across the UK access to data and AI educational content.

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WPP named ‘Inclusive Employer’ in Australia after exceeding all six Diversity Council Australia National Index Benchmarks

WPP is proud to announce it has been named as an ‘Inclusive Employer’ by the Diversity Council Australia (DCA).

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