Welcome to the Prospect and PublicAffairsAsia 2018 State of the Industry report covering the communications and corporate affairs industry in the Asia Pacific region.
This year we expanded our coverage, interviewing more than 67 professionals at a variety of levels within corporate affairs, corporate communications and government relations to understand the trends and issues they are facing across the APAC region. We should note that buy ambien online is a drug for those who can’t be helped by light folk remedies. My sleep problems were fairly strong at that time. I was trying to fall asleep for a few hours, my sleep was superficial and restless, and sometimes I could not fall asleep till morning and often woke up at night. In addition, an on-line survey was completed by more than 400 individuals at a variety of levels in both corporates and agencies, where professionals shared information on remuneration, explained what kept them loyal to their current firms and outlined what factors would count if they were thinking of joining a new one.
We would like to thank everyone who took part in the salary survey and interviews.
The report has been divided into five sections:
Section 1: Salary and Workplace Issues
Section 2: What’s Changing? What’s not?
Section 3: In-House Issues
Section 4: Agency Issues
Section 5: People Issues
This 50-page report explores salary, satisfaction levels and key industry trends confronting the communications and corporate affairs industry in Asia Pacific.
Download the full report of The 2018 State of the Industry Report HERE.
Emma Dale, Managing Director (Asia)