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In a special episode of The PR Show, agency bosses say the mental health of their teams is among their top concerns heading into the “darkest depths of a cold winter”. We look at the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on mental health and how agencies are supporting employees.
The W Communications founder says the industry needs to inspire primary school-aged children in outreach programmes, while Xaxis director Akama Davies says the industry is at a disadvantage to other professions in attracting diverse talent.
WPP and Publicis have ended COVID salary cuts.
With half of our staff travelling an hour or more to the office, we need to make sure we fully understand the benefits it offers and make adjustments to maximise those benefits.
Companies are placing a greater value on corporate affairs due to the coronavirus crisis and this bodes well for practitioners, an industry leader has claimed, while lamenting how "well run, well capitalised" brands in travel are facing an existential threat.
Do you know how easy it is to develop a drinking or substance abuse problem in the UK PR industry? Pretty bloody easy.
PR professionals are improving at talking about their mental health, but getting worse at taking time off to deal with it, according to a new study that measured the impact of the pandemic on the industry’s mental wellbeing.
Taqa, the giant merged utility in Abu Dhabi, has hired an experienced British energy comms executive as its chief communications officer.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Job Support Scheme will provide some relief for struggling agencies, but does the support go far enough? PRWeek asked PR leaders about the package and whether it can insulate the industry from another round of redundancies.