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Publicis and WPP have already phased out pay cuts.
'Addiction, anxiety and depression nearly killed me' – PR leaders open up about mental health battles
Two industry leaders who have recovered from addiction and mental health issues are urging PR professionals to seek help if required. The pair opened up about their experiences on The PR Show podcast.
The PR industry is providing 80 new roles for unemployed young people through the Government’s new Kickstart Scheme, in a move co-ordinated by the PRCA.
PRWeek asked agency bosses in Manchester, Liverpool, Cardiff, Glasgow and Belfast what impact tough lockdown restrictions are having on their businesses.
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.
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