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Public affairs consultancy in the spotlight: Hanbury Strategy
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Public affairs consultancy in the spotlight: Hanbury Strategy

Emily Fermor, director, UK public affairs, offers insider insight into what it's like to work at Hanbury Strategy.

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Exclusive: Survey shows rising tide of pay dissatisfaction among women in PR

Exclusive: Survey shows rising tide of pay dissatisfaction among women in PR

Women working in corporate comms and other sectors are increasingly frustrated with the "galling" gender pay gap and the impact it is having on their salaries, according to a survey seen by PRWeek.

Am I dreaming big enough? Why are there so few female founders in the PRWeek Top150?

Am I dreaming big enough? Why are there so few female founders in the PRWeek Top150?

Whilst thrilled to be included in this year's PRWeek Top 150 list, a flippant insta post from Matthew Freud in which he joked about winning the annual tallest dwarf competition made me question the value of such an accolade.

Diversity 'kite mark' for employers part of Blueprint to boost BME presence in PR

Diversity 'kite mark' for employers part of Blueprint to boost BME presence in PR

A diversity "kite mark" scheme for employers is part of a new "Blueprint" initiative from BME PR Pros - alongside schemes to promote leadership and attract new talent from black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds.

Five steps to be more like 'Joanna' and push for greater diversity in NHS comms

Five steps to be more like 'Joanna' and push for greater diversity in NHS comms

A long time ago, I remember having sleepless nights worrying about whether I would ever get a job in communications.

Cost of London PR commute from outside M25 is 16 per cent of pay

Cost of London PR commute from outside M25 is 16 per cent of pay

PR professionals living in the 17 most popular commuter towns outside of London pay about 16 per cent (£5,622) of their average take home pay on their commute into work, PRWeek can reveal from a new study by Tyto.

Public sector comms is sitting on a gold mine of talent, if only it would offer more flexible roles

Public sector comms is sitting on a gold mine of talent, if only it would offer more flexible roles

It's been some time since flexible working of some description has been available in Britain, but it's still not the norm.

So, you want my job? Senior media manager, Acas

So, you want my job? Senior media manager, Acas

PRWeek takes a sidelong look at recruitment in public sector comms. Do you fancy Shumon Ali-Rahman's job as senior media manager at Acas?

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