As PR leaders continue to recruit talent from different sectors and geographies, greater resources are being devoted to better compensating current staffers, finds the PRWeek/Bloom, Gross & Associates Salary Survey.
What makes somewhere a great place to work? It's a question that has become important to every industry - but particularly PR, where the currency is people and their ideas.
PR pros at all levels are increasingly recognizing the impact workplace culture has on every facet of their business.
PRWeek profiles 40 dynamic individuals under the age of 40 who are leading the charge for the next generation of communicators.
Communications pros entered a brave new world in the past 12 months as they met the challenges of transparency, integrated marcomms units, content creation, and breaking out from silos head on. These 50 power players steered a steady course through every crisis and triumph, creating a PR playbook for the entire industry.
As Dow Chemical evolves as a company, its head of public affairs and government affairs embraces challenges in order to enhance the brand's global footprint.
As Spotify focuses on attracting members to its digital-music platform, its head of global communications ensures that messaging is in sync and pitch perfect.
Just like one of its microchip processors, Intel's VP of sales and marketing and GM of global comms powers the messaging behind the tech giant's move into its next phase.
Timna Shetrit, marcomms manager at Sarona TLV, discusses why the PR landscape in Tel Aviv is in a state of flux.
Gabriela Bucio-Andersson, comms director at AT&T, says the growth of the tech market in Dallas is a major attraction for young PR pros.
Jennifer Francis, executive director of marcomms, Philadelphia Museum of Art, says the city's creative energy makes it a top destination for PR pros.