The Public Relations and Communications Association has announced it will act as a representative body for the UK PR and comms industry in the government’s new Kickstart Scheme, a programme which provides funding to businesses to create new six-month job placements for young people (16-24) who are on Universal Credit and long-term risk unemployment.
Recent findings from research-based consulting Hogan Assessments identity a strong correlation between specific components of personality and leadership behaviours supporting diversity and inclusion. Personality assessment, it seems, is essential to advance diversity and inclusion goals for organisations.
The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has cautiously welcomed moves to introduce new legislation on social media, delivering on the government’s commitment to make the UK the "safest place in the world to be online.".