Mental illness in the PR and comms industry is frequently ignored or treated as a performance issue, with huge costs in lost working hours and staff turnover, according to the latest #FuturePRoof report for the PRCA.
Instinctif Partners was named City Agency of the Year at last night's PRCA City and Financial Awards, with Schroders picking up the award for the In-house Team of the Year.
In brief: PRCA City and Financial Awards winners, Fever hires social media chief, Spark's six-figure Bromium win
Who won at last night's PRCA City and Financial Awards? Plus Fever appoints social media chief, Bromium hands Spark six-figure brief, Beattie opens Cornwall office, House PR retain London Art Week, Cult's food festival win, and more from PRWeek UK.
Membit is an AR photo-sharing app that allows "pictures to be placed and viewed in the exact location they were captured."
Whitehouse joined the company last April as VP and chief communications officer.
Corporate reputation is being shaped among consumers by "how good" or "how healthy" a company's products are for them, more so than by how ethical or honest they are perceived to be.
PRWeek's new series on social media managers profiles the people at the online coalface of some of Britain's biggest brands and organisations. First up, Transport for London...
FTI Consulting's annual report on FTSE 100 companies' use of social media has found that while firms are achieving increased engagement on posts about their financial results, there are still plenty of laggards.
Cohen served as PayPal's VP and head of global corporate communications for about two years.
Cone will keep its brand, and CEO Bill Fleishman will stay in his role as Cone CEO.
Enero says Hotwire and Frank 'trading well', Omnicom's health training, Lewis convenes advisory board and more from PRWeek UK
FTSE 100 banking group Standard Chartered has hired Tracey McDermott, former acting CEO of the UK's Financial Conduct Authority, to a new role overseeing public affairs, comms and sustainability.
The San Francisco-based firm has five staffers at launch, including Getsey and Hannon, the founders of Atomic PR.
Cycling legend Sir Bradley Wiggins has been appointed a brand ambassador for car manufacturer Skoda because "he is a great communicator and a normal bloke", according to the company's UK marketing chief.
Finsbury, Ogilvy and Burson-Marsteller will handle PR for WPP's global comms partnership with pharmacy giant Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA).
Mobile phone brand Alcatel has appointed FleishmanHillard Fishburn (FHF) as its European creative lead following a competitive pitch, PRWeek understands.
Unilever got the better of US food giant Kraft Heinz after the latter's unsuccessful takeover attempt.
Having breakfast the other morning with the director of a content agency, he commented that he thought the marketing and PR industry had commitment issues.
The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is not a subject that will get hearts racing, but the PR industry had better take notice.
In this period of political and societal turbulence, the only certainty is uncertainty - that's where 'business to human' communications comes in.
As some of the world's superpowers take a more nationalistic approach and their societies become more divided, global businesses are facing entirely new comms challenges.
'Always on' working culture is great for productivity, but is it killing our creativity? Here's a theory on how we can reinvigorate our imagination - and let the ideas come to us.
For many, 2016 was a terrible year with just one bright spot - Britain's sporting achievement in the Olympics and Paralympics. But has this come at a cost to the spirit of the games?
There's a lot of talk around our industry these days about diversity, and it is good and right that we are collectively trying hard to force ourselves out of our British, white, middle-class straitjacket.
Uber's response to criticism and protest over its CEO's association with Donald Trump and its actions over a New York taxi strike failed to halt the negative coverage.
What do Tesco Bank, the US Democratic National Committee and England's largest NHS Trust have in common? They have all fallen prey to high-profile cyber attacks recently.
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In brief: Save the Children's Nick Jones joins Action for Children, plus wins for PRCO, Redtorch, Flint
Action for Children has hired Save the Children's Nick Jones in a senior role that includes comms. Plus Redtorch to publicise Detriot, Flint hired for Mayfair Art Weekend, The PRCO wins Pure Salt Luxury Hotels account, and more from PRWeek UK.
Kerris is set to join the agency on March 6, reporting to Kym White.
Hanover has hired former BT director of corporate affairs Michael Prescott to a new senior corporate and political role, as the agency reports 25 per cent revenue growth to £11.4m in 2016.
David Brain, president and CEO of Edelman Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, is to leave the agency after 13 years.
Chris Calland has left Freuds after eight months to re-join Hanover as an associate director.
Pagefield hires Grayling's Chris Rogers as partner, 'distruptive' finance company Nava Finance appoints MRM, H+K to service Lawn Tennis Association campaign and more from PRWeek.
Weber Shandwick has appointed Heather Blundell as managing director of its Manchester office, following 12 months as acting MD.