STYLE

Putting Joan Holloway In A Modern Office Says A Lot About Income Inequality

08/07/2014 02:20 pm ET | Updated Aug 07, 2014

If you think Christina Hendricks' character Joan Holloway would be a ridiculous throwback in today's office environment, try women still making 23 percent less than their male counterparts.

Funny or Die teamed up with the "Mad Men" actress for this hilariously scathing critique of income inequality that's certain to get people talking. After all, if workplace policies are going to be straight out of the '60s, then our clothes, technology and smoking habits might as well be, too.

The sketch was written by former "Totally Biased" scribe Eliza Skinner, who also penned FoD's "Black Women Run Hollywood" and co-wrote "Mary Poppins Quits" with Jake Fogelnest.

Also on HuffPost:

Funny Women We Love
Suggest a correction
Comments

CONVERSATIONS