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Comms recruitment 'cut off at the knees' as businesses fight to retain and motivate staff

Comms recruitment 'cut off at the knees' as businesses fight to retain and motivate staff

Agencies and businesses are holding on to comms staff and honouring many new-starter contracts, although the recruitment market has taken a dramatic dip, recruitment agents confirm.

What you need to know about the Job Retention Scheme

What you need to know about the Job Retention Scheme

Employers can access the Job Retention Scheme to continue paying 80% of the salary for employees that would have been laid off.

PRCA launches schools outreach programme to improve industry diversity

PRCA launches schools outreach programme to improve industry diversity

Industry body the PRCA has launched a new initiative aimed at improving diversity across the profession.

Ingham: 'Ex-Weber exec Priti Patel should know new immigration policy will harm PR'

Ingham: 'Ex-Weber exec Priti Patel should know new immigration policy will harm PR'

The Government’s points-based immigration system could prevent hundreds of migrant PR practitioners from entering the UK, exacerbating a talent shortage and damaging the industry, the PRCA has warned.

Watch: Social Mobility Foundation launches new campaign to tackle recruitment inequality

Watch: Social Mobility Foundation launches new campaign to tackle recruitment inequality

Freuds has helped the Social Mobility Foundation (SMF) launch a campaign that calls on employers to overhaul outdated processes that lead to discrimination in recruitment.

How can you communicate your employer brand to stand out in 2019 and beyond?
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How can you communicate your employer brand to stand out in 2019 and beyond?

Key takeaways from the PR360 roundtable hosted by employer branding agency, Wonderful Workplaces.

Five ways to overcome your healthcare comms talent drought

Five ways to overcome your healthcare comms talent drought

Recruiting and retaining talent tops the charts of challenges facing PR agencies and in-house communication departments across all sectors.

PR salaries to be squeezed in 2019 - analysis

PR salaries to be squeezed in 2019 - analysis

PR professionals looking for a new job should not expect a substantial rise in pay, as advertised salaries are forecast to track well below inflation this year, according to new data from recruitment firm Reed.

PR and communications jobseekers are most active in January, reveals PRWeek Jobs data
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PR and communications jobseekers are most active in January, reveals PRWeek Jobs data

PR people apply for jobs in January more than any other month of the year, according to data from PRWeek's specialist job board, PRWeek Jobs.

Top corporate affairs directors on £750k as function rises in importance

Top corporate affairs directors on £750k as function rises in importance

A growing proportion of corporate affairs directors (CADs) are earning remuneration packages in excess of £500,000 and report directly to the CEO, a study has revealed.

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