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From the guest editors: Let’s make PR anti-racist

From the guest editors: Let’s make PR anti-racist

The year 2020 will be etched in the memories of many for its numerous eye-opening and life-changing global challenges, from COVID-19 to the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Biggest government comms teams revealed by official figures

Biggest government comms teams revealed by official figures

The Ministry of Defence has the biggest comms team of any government department, accounting for nearly a quarter of the 2,220 employees with this type of role across Whitehall, official figures show.

Ogilvy UK is moving towards a 3:2 working model

Ogilvy UK is moving towards a 3:2 working model

Sea Containers House reopened on 1 September for a maximum of 20 per cent of staff.

COVID-19 infections hit one in five PR teams, with a quarter managing furloughs and redundancies, new study finds

COVID-19 infections hit one in five PR teams, with a quarter managing furloughs and redundancies, new study finds

The communications industry is in a state of upheaval with a significant proportion of businesses managing coronavirus-stricken employees, furloughs, redundancies and the movement of talent, according to a #FuturePRoof survey.

'Don’t be afraid to shine, doll' - BME Comms Stars: Mammy Maguire, Manchester Met

'Don’t be afraid to shine, doll' - BME Comms Stars: Mammy Maguire, Manchester Met

For PRWeek's edition spotlighting BME comms professionals, we ask high-flying PR figures about their career highlights, the biggest misconceptions about PR, and what they'd do if they didn't work in comms. Today we speak to Mammy Maguire, head of social media at Manchester Metropolitan University.

Three ways PR agencies can improve staff mental health

Three ways PR agencies can improve staff mental health

Ready10's David Fraser touched on a concern that every agency leader should be thinking about during this new quasi-lockdown phase – the mental health of staff. Here are three ways agencies can provide better support.

Are PR trade bodies doing enough on ethnic diversity?

Are PR trade bodies doing enough on ethnic diversity?

PR’s industry bodies have promised to work more closely together to improve the sector’s ethnic mix, but are these efforts too little too late, and what more can be done? PRCA & CIPR leaders and diversity chiefs open up in this feature and podcast.

'Pick and choose what will make the biggest impact' - BME Comms Stars: Gerry Wisniewski, Edelman

'Pick and choose what will make the biggest impact' - BME Comms Stars: Gerry Wisniewski, Edelman

For PRWeek's edition spotlighting BME comms pros, we ask high-flying PR figures about their career, the biggest PR misconceptions, and what they'd do if they didn't work in comms. Today we speak to Gerry Wisniewski, MD, technology, Edelman UK.

'It’s so important to work for an organisation you care about' - BME Comms Stars: Josh Rivers, UK Black Pride

'It’s so important to work for an organisation you care about' - BME Comms Stars: Josh Rivers, UK Black Pride

For PRWeek's edition spotlighting BME comms pros, we ask high-flying PR figures about their career, the biggest PR misconceptions, and what they'd do if they didn't work in comms. Today we speak to Josh Rivers, head of communications, UK Black Pride.