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Exactly how long does it take to secure an in-house corporate communications role?

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11 Oct 2017 Comments

Finding a job isn’t always easy and it can take time and energy, as well as a proactive approach. There are a number of key factors to consider when choosing a prospective employer – the type of company and its culture, the right job title, a good level of responsibility, an inspiring boss, a collegiate team, a company which values communications, a convenient location and of course, the right level of compensation. This means you may need to ‘try on’ a few roles before you find ‘a great fit’, but exactly how long does this take?

What I learned from 3 days with the Army Training Regiment

Posted in: PR and Communications, The Working World, Work Advice, Work-Life Balance

29 Aug 2017 Comments

I have been part of a mastermind and training group for years. We meet up twice a year for a three-day ‘retreat’. In the past, we have basked in the Tenerife sun, walked across hot coals in leafy Kent, sung karaoke and hired out a casino for the night in the beautiful Scottish countryside. It’s always incredibly energising and we come away with fresh ideas and knowledge, ready to take on the world again!

Getting into PR: Our top tips

Posted in: Career Advice, Jobseeker Advice, PR and Communications

29 Jul 2017 Comments

There’s always been a Catch 22 situation when it comes to getting your foot on the first rung of the career ladder: can’t get a job without experience, can’t get experience without a job. Public Relations is no exception to many professions but what makes the situation even harder, quite apart from the fact that future PR talent now faces an almost insurmountable hurdle of undergraduate debt, is competition. Public Relations is one of the top three career choices for today’s graduates.

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