They include sexually provocative images of Christmas trees, a toy elf in a bath with a bunch of naked Barbie dolls and the offending picture itself, which is pictured above.The campaign has divided opinion on social media, but Poundland’s marketing director Mark Pym has described it as a ‘winner’.” READ MORE: Poundland’s festive tweets have gone distinctly NSFW, and Twinings isn’t happy about it Facebook has come under criticism after it emerged that job ads shared on the social media platform were only targeting users of a specific age.
However, Facebook’s VP of ads Rob Goldman has defended use of age-based targeting.
He responded: “These individual ads are part of broader-based recruitment efforts designed to reach all ages.
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v=s Lmpx Y_XRMU&feature=Adidas has brought together David Beckham, musician Pharrell Williams, model Karlie Kloss and a host of other stars to discuss the power of creativity in its latest global ‘Here to Create’ campaign. The ad also touches on diversity, with a collection of stars saying: “It’s not about borders, gender or race”.
He joined Google as CEO back in 2001, when the company had only several hundred employees, before becoming its executive chairman in 2011.
“Larry, Sergey, Sundar and I all believe that the time is right in Alphabet’s evolution for this transition,” Schmidt said in a statement.
Nearly 70 former and current workers have detailed experiences of sexual harassment at the two factories in Chicago Assembly and Chicago Stamping.
“I am sorry for any instance where a colleague was subjected to harassment or discriminatory conduct,” said Jim Hackett, Ford’s president and CEO.
Marketing Week has predicted that workplace wellbeing initiatives such as this will become a boardroom priority in 2018.
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