We’re about to go all work life balance on you.

We recently read an article about the soaring number of affairs that are happening in PR offices across the Capital. We’re not talking about public affairs, we refer to private ones. It seems that long hours aren’t only helping to secure new business, but new relationships too. In addition to this, we’re constantly receiving calls and emails from candidates who have simply had enough and think that leaving the industry is the only way to get any sort of life back. In a quest to help keep the industry on the straight and narrow, marriages intact and to save the talent that we have from leaving altogether we thought we’d present you with some ideas on how to gain some control and achieve the holy grail of a good Work Life balance.

Over the next few months we’re going to be speaking to a range of professionals who have managed to forge a relationship with something other than their desks (and their colleagues) and we hope that their experiences will help to inspire you, and your line manager, to occasionally leave on time. It’s a well-known fact that time away from your desk and an active life outside of the work place can actually make you more productive. Let’s see what the professionals have to say.

*If you would like to contribute to our series on Work Life Balance please contact or tweet us @prprospect 


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