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PRWeek UK 30 Under 30 2024 opens for entries

PRWeek UK has begun its annual search for the young stars of UK PR, as entries open for 30 Under 30 2024.

PRWeek UK Best Places to Work Awards 2024 opens for entries

Entries are open for the PRWeek UK Best Places to Work Awards, with an employee engagement survey back again for 2024.

Mimi Granell

Four myths of PR that newcomers should know

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Ask 10 PR people to explain what they do, you’ll get 10 different answers.

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PRWeek launches Talent Survey - have your say on key issues

Comms professionals can have their say on crucial workplace issues for PRWeek's first Talent Survey, which is being produced with research consultancy Censuswide.

Jaber Mohamed

Creative Access adds PR practitioners to Steering Group

D&I social enterprise Creative Access has appointed new members to its Steering Group initiative, which aims to prepare rising PR pros for leadership roles in comms and other creative industries.

Helen Barnes

We need to talk about burnout in PR

I received a rather wild stat in my email inbox last week saying 89 per cent of the working population has experienced burnout within the past year.

Citypress boosts diversity work with higher education partnership

Manchester-headquartered comms agency Citypress has joined forces with higher education provider University Academy 92 to help create diverse routes into business, the media and digital industries.

John Harrington

From the UK editor: Does PR need an advocacy group for men?

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I hope this is obvious, but I’ll start with an important preamble.

Do agency staff like their employers? And is there a gender or ethnicity divide?

New research for PRWeek, exclusive to The Knowledge subscribers, reveals what staff at UK comms agencies really think about their employers.

Male or female staff: who are happier with their agencies?

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New research reveals whether female agency employees are more, or less, happy than their male counterparts.