Everybody has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic in some way and with a second lockdown coming into force, disruption to peoples’ lives and the overall economy looks set to continue for the foreseeable future.
Many businesses are facing difficult decisions about the future of their current work force, with thousands facing unemployment in a saturated jobs market.
Those between the ages of 16 -29 are paying a particularly high price with 55% of young people believing their options for the future have been significantly limited by the crisis. Scheduled gap years and internships have been postponed, jobs are sparse and those in higher education are concerned about their future prospects.Read More
As the year of the pig comes to an end and this weekend marks the beginning of the new Chinese Year - the year of the rat, it seems an appropriate time to share my recent experiences in China!Read More
What better way to kick start the new year (new decade!) than with a new challenge? At ADPR, we’re big advocates for apprenticeships and we have an amazing opportunity on offer!Read More
We are celebrating success after winning both Gold and Silver awards at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) PRide Awards on Friday 8 November.Read More
Mental health and wellbeing remains at the top of the ADPR agenda and we are proud to announce we have officially signed the Time to Change Employer Pledge, demonstrating our ongoing commitment to changing the way we all think and act about mental health in the workplace.Read More
We did it!
On Saturday 8th June we took part in one of the UK’s toughest walks – the Jurassic Coast Challenge. We walked an epic 58km (36miles) and climbed an ascent of 1,650m (5,413ft) across the spectacular Jurassic coast, starting off at Poole Harbour, we walked up and down all the way across famous landmarks including Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door and to the finishing point in Weymouth.Read More