How PwC responded to that pair of heels

Last week PwC hit the headlines after a receptionist was sent home from work after refusing to wear high heels. On Friday their Head of People and Executive Board Member Gaenor Bagley @gaenorbagley published a searingly honest article on the PwC blog. In it, she shared their side of the story and how they have “learnt the hard way it is critical …

1998 seen from 1988

To mark the passing of Dr. Reginald Watts Hon FCIPR, former President of the Institute, the CIPR have for the first time digitally republished Reginald’s contribution to the 40th Anniversary edition of the The Journal of The Institute of Public Relations (Volume 6, Number 4), first published in Summer 1988. The piece discusses the PC revolution, multi-channel …

Paid vs editorial coverage – where is the line?

Following recent allegations that a contributor to Forbes.com asked a PR for £300 to write and place a story on the website, on top of their regular fee, Gavin B Harris, a freelance PR Manager and copywriter, blogs for Influence about the dangers of blurring the line between paid for and earned media. It’s never right to pay …

Engage at all costs: Driving PR & digital forward for Welsh Rugby

In a new series of posts aiming to shine a light on the day-to-day of PR professionals across a range of sectors and interests, Influence exclusively hears from Luke Broadley, National Team Communications Manager at the Welsh Rugby Union Group / Grwp Undeb Rygbi Cymru, ahead of Saturday’s big RBS 6 Nations match-up between England and Wales. Weeks such as these highlight …