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Auckland [ change ] Showers Max 22° Min 17° MediaWorks appoints head of corporate communications MediaWorks, Fuseworks April 16, 2014, 5:05 pm MediaWorks has appointed Rachel Lorimer to the newly created role of Group Head of Corporate Communications.
Employee Engagement Team is an Ideal Team whose example can be shown to others as leaders. Employee Engagement Team has seen several changes and yet leads ahead in spite of its changes...We have been making conscious efforts to build 'work-life
Vaishnavi group companies that were promoted by former corporate lobbyist Niira Radia. Radia shut down the companies over two years ago following controversy over her intercepted conversations with a range of influential people. Companies Act on
Three key items will continue to dominate the PR landscape in the coming year: reputation management, working with the media, and crisis communications. For PR professionals, careers will hinge on how successful they are able to handle these areas.
Aflac said Tuesday it has created the new position of senior vice president of corporate communications, hiring the chief marketing and corporate communications officer of Flextronics. Catherine Blades will report to Audrey Boone Tillman, executive
January 16, 2014 In an effort to assist investor relations officers in their use of social media as a research and communications platform, Business Wire, the global leader in press release distribution services and regulatory compliance today
HMC Communications has been working with businesses throughout the Central North Island for nearly 10 years across a range of sectors including dairy, telecommunications, research, aviation and energy. Director Heather Claycomb said the expansion of
No matter the size of the company, the community or the contribution, these entities realize that having a reputation as a good corporate citizen helps any business recruit and retain employees, create better relationships with vendors and regulators,
Checks by The Sunday Gleaner revealed that several corporate entities which would host annual lavish Christmas parties with unlimited food and liquor for staff and guest had none of these sessions in 2013. Coveted invitations were not given out to
Axia Public Relations CEO Jason Mudd expects 2014 to be a big year for public relations (and public relations firms). Mudd predicts that data will be more important than ever and that social media engagement will continue to give more power to