Four agencies bag gold status in the PRWeek Best Places to Work 2011

Eulogy, Lansons Communications, Man Bites Dog and the London Communications Agency have been named as the best PR agencies to work for by PRWeek.

PRWeek: Best Places to Work 2011
PRWeek: Best Places to Work 2011

All four agencies have been awarded gold status in PRWeek's annual Best Places to Work survey, to find the agencies with the best working environments.

The judges, including the PRCA's director-general Francis Ingham and CIPR's CEO Jane Wilson, also awarded three silver and five bronze gongs.

The 12 medal winners demonstrated low staff turnover rates, generous training budgets, substantial benefits and a strong commitment to welfare.

More on the winners here

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