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IPG opens some international locations, but 'will not rush back' to all offices

IPG opens some international locations, but 'will not rush back' to all offices

"As we said at the start of this crisis, this is a marathon, not a sprint."

Mark Read outlines plans for return to office for WPP

Mark Read outlines plans for return to office for WPP

Return will be voluntary and flexible.

Heineken appoints global corporate affairs chief

Heineken appoints global corporate affairs chief

Stacey Tank returns to the brewing company next month to take up the role of chief corporate affairs and transformation officer.

How to help working parents avoid burnout during lockdown

How to help working parents avoid burnout during lockdown

Managing a job and children at the same time is challenging. Here’s how employers can get the most out of PR parents without placing unnecessary pressure on them.

Freuds CEO: ‘We've kept all staff and don’t believe in state aid unless vital’

Freuds CEO: ‘We've kept all staff and don’t believe in state aid unless vital’

Freuds has kept its promise to retain all of its staff during the coronavirus crisis. Chief executive Arlo Brady said the agency will not furlough people unnecessarily. Grayling and Cicero/AMO have also stressed their commitments to staff.

Look After network grows to 250 professionals, wins multiple charity clients

Look After network grows to 250 professionals, wins multiple charity clients

A volunteer comms network set up by a former Frank account executive has attracted hundreds of volunteers and multiple charity clients in only a few weeks.

PR volunteer match-making service helps 60 charities and the NHS

PR volunteer match-making service helps 60 charities and the NHS

The Community PR Initiative (CPRI) has matched 100 volunteer communications professionals with 60 charities and NHS teams in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

From the editor-in-chief: ‘Furloughing is just kicking the can down the road’ – PR now faces tough decisions

From the editor-in-chief: ‘Furloughing is just kicking the can down the road’ – PR now faces tough decisions

This ninth locked-down week has been something of an emotional rollercoaster.

This could be a moment of change: two views on juggling parenting and work during the pandemic

This could be a moment of change: two views on juggling parenting and work during the pandemic

During the lockdown, parents working in the PR industry have been forced to add a new act to their panoply of circus skills. Forget plate-spinning; combining work with home-schooling is the new juggling act.

WFH 'forever' – could the PR industry follow Twitter's lead?

WFH 'forever' – could the PR industry follow Twitter's lead?

A PRWeek snap online poll suggests PR could be ready to mirror Twitter with a 'work from home forever' policy, but the argument is far more nuanced than that.