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How to build better relations with employees

How to build better relations with employees

The first chapter in Part III of Your Public Relations, the 1948 book we are serialising at PR Conversations, is authored by Kirk Earnshaw, industrial relations editor of Modern Industry Magazine, said to have been “a foremost authority” in the field of labour relations who offered “sound public relations...

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How to build better relations with employees

How to build better relations with employees

The first chapter in Part III of Your Public Relations, the 1948 book we are serialising...


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Stop with the hocus pocus – employee communications is for muggles

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