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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.

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Here’s our pick of the latest in video communications from empowered women to ever more threatened turtles. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
The PRCA today hit back at newspaper coverage criticising London Mayor Sadiq Khan for investing in in-house communicators.
Here’s our pick of the latest in video communications from Clarity on inclusion to Crème Eggs. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
Here’s our pick of the latest in video communications from silence and soul-searching at Christmas to a giant leap for Lego. For more from #CommunicateLens, follow @Communicatemag.
For all its infamous eloquence, the PR profession is unable to say no to clients, according to a new survey that shows over-servicing has reached “epidemic” levels.
The Edge Picture Company and Media Zoo won seven awards apiece at last week’s at Evcom London’s annual Film awards, while at the concurrent Live awards Brandfuel picked up five gongs including double gold in the logistics category.
The Conservative Party has received widespread condemnation for its decision to rebrand its Twitter account ‘factcheckUK’ during last night’s televised leadership debate.
MSP Ruth Davidson who has been at the eye of a political storm since news of her appointment as an advisor to Tulchan Communications broke, has decided against taking the job.
One in four women in public affairs has been sexually harassed at work and 96 per cent rate their sector as being weak at protecting and helping women deal with it, according to research published by Women in Public Affairs (WiPA).