Public Relations Journal

Articles from Vol. 46, No. 6, June

Building Internal Communications
Building internal communications For many years, corporate communicators eager to advance their careers concentrated on the areas of most concern to management. Invariably, employee communications ranked below investor relations, corporate image building,...
Controversies over Social Issues Causing Firms to Re-Examine Policies: Growing Activism, Greater Press Scrutiny Pose New Internal and External Dilemmas
Controversies over social issues causing firms to re-examine policies Whether or not they personally agree with Hill and Knowlton's decision to represent the Catholic bishops in antiabortion efforts, public relations executives interviewed recently...
PRJ's Fifth Annual Salary Survey
PRJ's Fifth Annual Salary Survey Public relations practitioners have a median salary of $44,250, according to results of PRJ's Fifth Annual Salary Survey. The survey confirms that salary growth for the field is slowing, and that, as in most fields,...
Public Relations Firms Report Business Boom: Firms Nationwide Cite Sharp Rise in Billings, New Clients and Business Inquiries
Public relations firms report business boom Public relations executives from virtually every region of the country report that their firms enjoyed an unprecedented surge in new business in the first three months of 1990. Not only did many firms add...
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