Salaries and bonuses in the corporate communications sector have fallen as companies seek caution.

Rebecca Pardon speaks to Jenifer Willig, CEO and co-founder of WRTHY, about their recent social impact campaigns and how businesses can help to drive social change.


Siemens was founded in 1847 and was responsible for a number of European telecoms innovations including a 11,000 telegraph line connecting London and Calcutta.
Boeing’s attempts to move on from the problems that have plagued its 787 Dreamliner service has suffered a new blow this week as budget airline Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA withdrew its planes after less than 30 days in service.
Coinciding with National Poetry Day on October 3rd, a collection of London poets, including rising star Amy Acre who appeared at this year's Latitude festival, will give recitals this week at some of London's busiest train and tube stations.
Today, Robert Half introduced a new logo and other design updates for its full suite of professional staffing brands.
For the first time in Interbrand’s Best Global Brands report’s history, there is a new brand at no.
Last night’s gala dinner and awards show held at London’s Russell Hotel celebrated the winners of the 2013 Corporate Engagement Awards.
This week at the Employee Benefits Show, held in London’s Olympia, Design culture launched the new identity for the British fundraising organisation, Workplace Giving UK.
A new study by Fishburn Hedges and Jigsaw Research explores the changing nature of corporate narratives, and found that businesses’ self-portrayal through communications is still not sufficiently engaging to customers.
Business in the Community today launches its 2014 Workwell benchmark to measure how companies are publically reporting employee engagement and wellbeing.