Sure, most CEOs don’t spend their office hours in prayer. But the election of the new pope offers some lessons for PR pros on how to help the new boss get settled.
When the subject is employee relations, history repeats. So it is with much certainty that some of the following will happen in 2013 in PR.
Now that New York’s soda ban has been halted, communicators on both sides of the issue brace for round two.
Last week, my colleague Bill Miltenberg took an insightful look at what Facebook’s redesigned news feed might mean for PR pros. Going forward, news feeds will feature larger image sizes. That’s great for a visual …
Harvard has a communications crisis and a possible faculty revolt on its hands. On Sunday, faculty members at Harvard lashed out at the administration for secretly searching the e-mail accounts of 16 resident deans. The …
With the U.S. unemployment rate hitting 7.7%, the lowest mark since 2008, there’s never been a better time for PR pros to find jobs.
Using “their” when “its” is called for and confusing “affect” and “effect” are just two of the major culprits.