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The transformation of an industry – The top 3 issues facing London’s property PRs

Posted in: Corporate Communications, PR and Communications, Salaries and Trends

11 Aug 2015 Comments

In recent years, the property industry has faced transformation like no other sector – particularly in London. What does this mean for PRs working for the UK’s largest property advisors, developers, agents and investors? And how do they keep their company or client front of mind in an ever-changing landscape?

What’s the news for Heads of Comms in PR and Corporate Communications salaries?

Posted in: PR and Communications, Salaries and Trends

25 Jun 2015 Comments

In case you hadn’t noticed - our Annual Salary Survey Results are in! Our Annual Salary Survey polled 850 professionals in Corporate, Financial and Consumer PR in both agencies and in-house. The survey examined the status of salaries and bonuses between January 2014 and December 2014 and looked into levels of job satisfaction across these sectors.

Equal positions with equal pay – pie in the sky or a realistic hope for PR?

Posted in: PR and Communications, Salaries and Trends

23 Jun 2015 Comments

Our annual Salary Survey revealed a clear-cut pay gap between men and women in the same roles in PR and Corporate Communications. On average, men are earning £10,000 more than women in equivalent positions. The gap is particularly cavernous at the top end of the pay scale. Is this something that simply won’t go away or are there ways that it can be shrunk and closed once and for all? We take a closer look …

Senior-level women in PR are being paid £10,000 less than their male counterparts.

Posted in: Corporate Communications, PR and Communications, Salaries and Trends

17 Jun 2015 Comments

When our annual Salary Survey revealed a considerable imbalance in the salaries and bonuses being paid to men and women in equivalent roles in PR and Corporate Communications, we felt compelled to delve deeper into the hows, whys and wherefores of this disparity. In the first of two instalments, we address the gender pay gap in PR and examine just how significant it is.

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