Preparing for a press interview

So, your highly talented public relations (PR) team have secured you a fantastic interview with a major media outlet. Great! This is your chance to really shine but even if you’re a media veteran, turning up on the day unprepared, trying to ‘wing’ it, is risky. To get...
How a No Deal Brexit will affect the technology sector

How a No Deal Brexit will affect the technology sector

Our client, immigration law experts, MigrateUK, are featured in The i Newspaper and online today discussing the impact of a No Deal Brexit on the IT sector. Their immigration analyst, Karendeep Kaur, discusses how uncertainty will certainly lead to further emigration...
Appearing on the BBC

Appearing on the BBC

The whole issue around gender dress codes hit the press again yesterday.  HeadOn PR team put our client Crossland Employment Solicitors in touch with BBC News online to discuss employment laws surrounding the British Airways worker, Sid Ouared, dismissed for having a...
Five ways to create media friendly stories

Five ways to create media friendly stories

There’s the natural flow of news that comes out of a business as it evolves and develops, from the announcement of new appointments, new business wins, partnership deals to acquisitions or financial updates. But what happens when this news pipeline dries up? What low...

Supporting Neurodiversity at work

We love this article by Michelle Morgan, employment law expert and senior associate at Gardner Leader law firm, on supporting Neurodiversity at work which we placed in the top HR title, Personnel Today. With 700,000 people in the UK now on the autism spectrum, chances...

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