Last chance to enter Best Places to Work

Today is the entry deadline for the PRWeek Best Places to Work Awards.

Boehringer Ingelheim: last year's Best Places to Work For in-house winners (picture: Stewart Turkington)
Boehringer Ingelheim: last year's Best Places to Work For in-house winners (picture: Stewart Turkington)

Both in-house comms departments and PR agencies are eligible for the awards. There are separate categories for small, medium and large agencies, according to employee numbers.

Entries will be judged by representatives from PRWeek, People Management, the CIPR, the PRCA and the CIPD.

View or download the list of questions below and enter at  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PRWeekBestPlacestoWork2013

PRWeek Best Places to Work Questions 2013 by lynseybarber

Picture credit: Boehringer Ingelheim: last year's Best Places to Work For in-house winners (picture credit Stewart Turkington)

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