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Promoting health in the workplace

Posted by Akera on Jun 22, 2012 12:56:33 PM

It has been almost 2 weeks since I started a diet. This is an extremely challenging undertaking for me since I have never monitored what I ate and would usually stuff myself with as many bad and unhealthy foods as possible in one day.

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Topics: leadership, Health, work, Bridgetown, employers, employees, blog, barbados, Perspectives

Business Owners Employee Challenges

Posted by Pamala Proverbs on Aug 11, 2011 11:02:14 AM

On PRMR Inc.'s blog this week Mariama pointed readers to 101 tips for leaders and reading the post I could not help but think what tips are there not just for a manager, but also for a business owner especially in these harsh economic times. Being a public relations consultant who preaches employee engagement and creating a positive work environment, I am very cognizant about practicing what I preach as a business owner.

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Topics: pamala proverbs, public relations, employee engagement, work, training, PRMR Inc, employees, blog, barbados, Communications, Perspectives

PR Practioners Don't Think Up Stories: My Response to Mail Online Story

Posted by Pamala Proverbs on Jul 14, 2011 9:57:12 AM

I read the Mail Online story “Insider reveals: PR men would think up a story and Rebekah’s Sun and News of the World would run it word for word. Some were complete fiction” (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2013046/Rebekah-Brooks-Sun-News-World-run-fictional-stories-insider-claims.html) and was pretty much disgusted as a former journalism student and more so as a seasoned PR practitioner.

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Topics: public relations, iabc, journalists, newspapers, PRSA, caribbean, story, professionals, employees, rebekah, mail online, pr, blog, Perspectives

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