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New research by PRWeek found one in five UK PR agencies have no non-white employees at all. The figures are, of course, shocking.
The gender balance across UK PR agencies was almost unchanged in 2020, with women accounting for c.50 per cent of board members and just under two thirds of the overall workforce, research by PRWeek suggests.
Welcome to our coverage of the PRWeek Best Places to Work Awards 2021, which recognise the top employers in the UK communications sector.
One in five UK PR agencies employ no non-white staff at all, with the average agency workforce 11.5 per cent non-white in 2020, new research from PRWeek suggests.
What happened to office rental costs across 2020? PRWeek UK's Top 150 Consultancies project has the data.
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As part of the Top 150 project, PRWeek asked agencies about their use of furlough during the pandemic.
PRWeek has revealed its annual list of the UK PR stars of the future – the 30 Under 30 2021.
PRWeek has revealed who has been included in the Newcomer category as part of 30 Under 30 2021.