Here you’ll find further information about the timeTo initiative, including downloads and FAQs.
Code of conduct
Read the Code of Conduct, which gives guidance on what to do if you’ve been affected by sexual harassment, as well as offering definitions of sexual harassment and scenarios of when and where it frequently takes place.
Code of Conduct Addendum
Read the 2020 Addendum to the Code of Conduct, created in response to home and hybrid working environments and the result of our 2020 research.
2020 Research Report
Read the report from our 2020 research, surveying 1,250 industry professionals on their experiences and understanding of sexual harassment and how it may have changed as a result of the pandemic.
Read the Report, which summarises the results of our survey of 3,500 UK advertisers and marketers from March 2018.
Read this Checklist, offering ideas for incorporating the Code of Conduct into your business, on a short- and long-term basis.
Read the FAQs, also available below, which answers questions about the timeTo initiative, answers questions for those affected by sexual harassment, and tells you how you can get more involved in the timeTo initiative.
Read this Support document to find more contacts and organisations that may be able to help with situations around sexual harassment.
timeTo change things for the better
timeTo put an end to sexual harassment
No one should have to put up with sexual harassment; anytime or anywhere.
For free, confidential and impartial advice and support, for anyone working in the advertising, marketing and media industry, call the NABS Advice Line on 0800 707 6607, 9am – 5.30pm on week days.
If you believe you have been affected by harassment which may amount to criminal conduct, you may want to consider contacting the police. You can also find a list of organisations who may be able to provide support here.