For 7 days, we interview 7 different Serviceplan colleagues and ask them about their unique migration story. This episode, we talk to Line who moved to Belgium from Lebanon last year.
For 7 days, we interview 7 different Serviceplan colleagues and ask them about their unique migration story. This episode, we talk to Kieu Tien about her Vietnamese roots.
For 7 days, we interview 7 different Serviceplan colleagues and ask them about their unique migration story. This episode, we discover why Bulgarian-Turkish Berra stayed in Belgium after her ‘family visit’.
For 7 days, we interview 7 different Serviceplan colleagues and ask them about their unique migration story. This episode, we find out more about Singapore from Shuxian.
For 7 days, we interview 7 different Serviceplan colleagues and ask them about their unique migration story. This episode, we talk to two of our Brazilian colleagues, who coincidentally followed the same trail.
For 7 days, we interview 7 different Serviceplan colleagues and ask them about their unique migration story. This episode we find out about Emerson’s move from Brazil.
For 7 days, we interview 7 different Serviceplan colleagues and ask them about their unique migration story. This episode we find out about Chloe’s English and French roots.
The past year, our House of Communication Brussels became a place of celebrating diversity in all its facets, and a place for true dialogue and reflection on how to do even better. In this podcast, a few key voices in leading this journey, share their learnings of the past year. Enjoy this mini podcast hosted by Serviceplan Belgium.
Differences, we all have them. But not many teams in the advertising world are as rich of them as our very own House of Communication in Brussels. But we know better than to feel complacent with our numbers. Discover our journey.
One day, we will not need to celebrate equal pay day anymore. Read more to understand what we’re talking about.
It’s no secret, we love animals. Just like humans, they all have different personalities, qualities and quirks. So, we organised our first official Office Dog Day with a fun quiz. How many of our office-famous dogs can you link to their owners? Let’s see if you can be crowned dog expert of the agency.
Coffee. To many, a welcome saviour during the hustle and bustle of the day. Not everyone drinks coffee, but those who do, usually have very distinct preferences. Some swear by an iced latte, and others refuse anything that isn’t an original espresso. For World Coffee Day, we talked to some of our coffee-loving-colleagues about their coffee preferences.
Shana Tova! Recently, we celebrated Jewish New Year at the office. Colleague Brigitte (tag) and her rabbi informed us, answered questions and then shared a traditional meal with us. Check out the video now!
For world gratitude day, we went around the office and asked our colleagues what they are currently most grateful for. Find out their answers in our new video!
Understanding and embracing neurodiversity in communities, schools, healthcare settings, and workplaces can improve inclusivity for all people. According to the Harvard Medical School, neurodiversity describes the idea that people experience and interact with the world around them in many different ways; there is no one "right" way of thinking, learning, and behaving, and differences are not viewed as deficits.
Left-handers used to be frowned upon, to put it lightly. Nowadays, that is thankfully not the case anymore. For International Left-Handers Day, we’d like to find out who can really use their opposite hand best: left - or right-handers? Find out what team wins in this video.
Having nice colleagues is great, having friends at work is even better. For the International Day of Friendship, we had to ask some of our colleagues-turned-besties how their friendship started and evolved. Listen to the podcasts now.
We want all our colleagues to feel happy and healthy in their bodies. Today’s society doesn’t always make that easy. So, we did a photoshoot with some of our colleagues to celebrate the diversity of their bodies and asked them abour their experience and views on body image.
In honor of Pride Month, the month for the LGBTQI+ community, we created an advertisement in PUB magazine. We also held an internal questionnaire among our LGBTQI+ colleagues, that resulted in the following data. Find out more.
If that means anything to you, you’re probably already aware the today is the International Day of Yoga. Serviceplan has long been offering yoga classes to its colleagues. Today, we had a sneak-peak during one of the yoga classes and afterwards, an interview with yoga teacher Angela.
Our Creative Leader An Rietjens got interviewed together with YIN United, for a PUB magazine article in their June edition. They talk about the diversity and inclusion journey Serviceplan has been undertaking and how YIN United supports them in realising their goals of not only being one of the most diverse agencies, but also one of the most inclusive ones.
On the World Day of Cultural Diversity, we wrote an article where we suggest 7 different cultural hubs you could check out to learn more about the incredible richness of cultural diversity.
Today is IDAHOT, short for the International Day against Homo- , Bi- and Transphobia. On this day, merely 32 years ago, homosexuality was declassified as a mental ilness by the WHO. Find out more about the importance of this day in this op-ed written by colleague Jolien Lamberigts.
We hope you read this title on the popular Sister Sledge song melody. For International Family Day, we had to respectfully find out who are colleagues go home to when they're not working with us and what family means to them.
Now our muslim colleagues ended their fasting period, we asked them if we could share the Eid-al-Fitr celebration with them. Our colleagues at AS Agency prepared us an entire feast, while our own colleagues gave an interactive presentation to teach us all about this important time for the muslim community. Have a look at the aftermovie.
Join us as some of our colleagues reminisce on their Easter celebration experiences. Did traditions get passed onto generations? Or do we only have a vague memory left of once seeing the Easter Bunny?
We’re talking about coffee. To us, a workplace without coffee, is like a book without its writing. Combine that with our love of trying new things, and you have a special coffee tasting. Find out more.
It might be the 1st of April, but that doesn’t make this topic any less serious. In this article, we talk about our Diversity and Inclusion journey thus far. Read on to stay up to date.
As an agency full of creatives, we could not pass on World Poetry Day. Some of our colleagues wrote a poem with as theme “diversity”. To some, it was their first try at writing poetry. Others marveled at the opportunity to show off their skills. Which poem do you like the most?
For the International Day on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, we created an advertisement for PUB magazine. You can see the end result here, as well as read our interview on the process with creator duo Mark and Nathalie.
On International Women’s Rights Day, we talk to some of our colleagues about how they manage both their careers and their home life with their partners and what they value most in this. The result is a mini podcast series, listen to it here.
For International Mother Language Day, we decided to create a video with different languages spoken within the agency. All of our colleagues are multilingual, but as we know, nothings hits as close to home than our maternal language.
Is there anything more beautiful and meaningful than love? In celebration of Valentine’s Day, we invited some of our colleagues behind our camera and asked them about love. Watch the result for yourself.
The entire month of February is known globally as Black History Month. Mostly popular in the US, its tradition of remembering Black History has made it over to Europe as well. We talked with former colleague Géraldine Ahoyo, of Beninian descent, about her views and opinions on this month.
What better way to start off the new year than with a celebration? Our colleague Kieu Tien, of Vietnamese descent, taught us more about the Lunar tradition, how to celebrate it well and then of course...we celebrated.
A lot has been going on behind the scenes. We’ve been hard at work bringing this website to life. We wanted to go live in January, and we did! Thanks to our colleagues in creation, UX and web development. Follow along as the website grows with posts about everything we’ll be getting up to throughout the year.
With these end-of-year well wishes with a twist, we started off our diversity campaign. The aim? Celebrating all diversity that our agency is so rich off. We started off with an ad in PUB magazine, followed by an op-ed by creative leader An Rietjens and an interview with HR director Tanguy Georis.