PR in schools would benefit education

Public Relations

By James Knight. Public Relations is a professional art, if applied correctly. We probably all have our views what correct, it’s up to you. To help the profession and young people, my suggestion is that PR is taught in schools, certainly in the later years of schooling at least, as it is a career with […]

Hybrid working is the new employment currency

Editor's Picks • Featured • Public Relations

By Ashley Carr, Managing Director and Founder of Neo PR. Gone are the days that traditional perks in the workplace; 28 days holiday, paid sick days, dress down Friday and bake sales, reign supreme. Now, both existing staff and prospective employees want more from their role and company culture. With the pandemic accelerating the ‘work […]

Online safety bill – a step in the right direction

Digital and Tech • Editor's Picks • Public Relations • Social Media

By Yuval Ben-Itzhak, President at Socialbakers.  Announced as part of the Queen’s Speech, the UK government has outlined a draft legislation to improve internet safety, titled the Online Safety Bill. This bill is set to tackle harmful content online, including online trolling and misinformation. Under the proposals, big tech, social media firms and other digital […]