STOP PRESS: Agency working hours down on 1997

PR consultancy staff at every level worked a shorter week last year than in 1997, according to the PRCA’s second annual benchmarking survey. The most marked change was in the boardroom, where directors worked 48 hours per week, compared with 65 hours in 1997. The survey was conducted among 58 PRCA member agencies.

PR consultancy staff at every level worked a shorter week last year

than in 1997, according to the PRCA’s second annual benchmarking survey.

The most marked change was in the boardroom, where directors worked 48

hours per week, compared with 65 hours in 1997. The survey was conducted

among 58 PRCA member agencies.



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