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'Increased productivity, enhanced quality of work' - Middle East comms agency lauds four-day working week

Communications, branding and digital agency WonderEight is benefitting from the positive consequences of a healthy work-life balance, says its co-founding creative director.

Claire James

Entering the world of PR – degree or apprenticeship?

The A-level results this year make for interesting reading. Top grades have fallen sharply on the levels seen during the pandemic but this is, in part, down to the plan to bring grade boundaries back down to pre-pandemic levels. Over 230,000 18-year-olds have been accepted to undergraduate courses this year, but university isn’t right for everyone. So if you want to get into the world of PR what should your next step be?

PR salary levels higher than UK national average, although big regional disparities in pay

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Average PR salaries advertised were above the national level every month last year.

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Truss quits - what's the impact on public affairs and political comms?

There are “no words to describe it,” said Nicola Sturgeon this afternoon. But of course there are, and some of them are printable. The Prime Minister was in power for 44 days and leaves behind a Government in chaos. What does it mean for political comms and public affairs?

Mark Gonnella

Arsenal comms chief to leave club after almost 12 years

Mark Gonnella, Arsenal Football Club’s longstanding director of media, communications and community affairs, is to step down at the end of the season.

Sinéad Gray

Be brave agency leaders, and publish your pay gap data

When PRWeek announced its pay gaps reporting project in partnership with People Like Us in 2021, it presented a great – albeit daunting – opportunity for agencies to demonstrate they were serious about addressing industry inequalities. And 31 agencies did just that.

Movers and Shakers: Brunswick, Hotwire, W, Cicero/AMO, The Fourth Angel and more…

PRWeek’s round-up of industry hires, departures and promotions.

Rachel Friend

W Communications chief executive Rachel Friend leaving agency to spend more time with her family

Rachel Friend, who joined W Communications in June 2020 after spending nine years at Weber Shandwick, latterly as chief executive for the UK and Ireland, is departing the agency.

Stuart Williamson, the incoming chief corporate affairs officer at The Jockey Club

Jockey Club hires ex-Nationwide comms chief to head up corporate affairs

The Jockey Club has appointed Nationwide Building Society’s former director of communications, Stuart Williamson, as chief corporate affairs officer, it announced today.

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