Archive: November 2001

Job Tracker

November 19th, 2001 by

Ackermann PR, a growing Top 100 firm with proven 20-year track record, seeks mold-breakers, dare-takers and client-focused team players. PR professionals with 10+ years experience managing clients, staff and multifaceted communications programs. Excellent business development… Continued

PR News 2001 Salary Survey

November 19th, 2001 by

This information is based on a two-year study of organizations including domestic U.S.-based corporations with multi-national businesses, public relations agencies, and non- profit organizations. The study was conducted by The Repovich-Reynolds Group, a division of… Continued

PR in Prime Position to be Go-To Person for Top Management

November 19th, 2001 by

The economy is in a slump and the job market is miserable – but there’s actually good news in that for PR pros. “The 2002 PR world will be a much more challenging world,” says… Continued

Editor’s Note

November 19th, 2001 by

Didn’t catch the Webinar last week? It’s not too late! The full presentation is available in archived form. To purchase access to the “Communications Blueprint” for $89, go to http://bam.e-media.com/prnewswire/111301/index.html.

What’s in a Title?

November 19th, 2001 by

Vice President of Corporate Communications, Director of Media Relations and Chief Communications Officer are titles for the most senior communicators in corporations across the country, but what do they mean? Do they accurately reflect the… Continued

Survey: There’s Room for PR Improvement

November 19th, 2001 by

Corporate communications departments are taking dramatic steps to adjust to the declining economy. This year, corporations slashed their internal budgets by 40 percent, with the bulk of the cutbacks in the areas of media relations,… Continued

Public Affairs Compensation

November 19th, 2001 by

Total cash compensation for a top federal government relations pro averages about $174,500, a drop of 10 percent from last year according to the Foundation for Public Affairs. The Foundation recently completed its 2000-2001 Corporate… Continued

Show Me The…Perquisites?

November 19th, 2001 by

Today’s market doesn’t allow for the “show me the money” mentality job hunters have espoused in recent years. Instead, companies are offering other, low-cost perks to make up for lower salaries – and increase employee… Continued

Preaching Continuity in the Wake of Terror

November 12th, 2001 by

International Total Services, the second-largest airport security firm in the country, got the ultimate lesson in crisis management this September. On the very day the Cleveland-based firm had planned to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy… Continued

Six Sigma and Communications

November 12th, 2001 by

After reading the headline, you’re probably asking, “What is Six Sigma and how can it help me?” In brief, Six Sigma is a measurement system and management philosophy, developed originally by Motorola, which has spread… Continued