PRWeek UK Best Places to Work Awards 2016: The winners unveiled

Transport for London, Lansons, Hope&Glory and GCI Health struck gold as the winners of the PRWeek UK Best Places to Work Awards 2016 were announced this evening.

  • TfL wins the in-house category
(All photos credit: Leo Wilkinson)

    TfL wins the in-house category (All photos credit: Leo Wilkinson)

  • Lansons: Large agency winner

    Lansons: Large agency winner

  • Small but perfectly formed: GCI Health

    Small but perfectly formed: GCI Health

  • Silverware for Cohn & Wolfe

    Silverware for Cohn & Wolfe

  • Something to take away: Costa

    Something to take away: Costa

  • Hope&Glory: victorious hopefuls

    Hope&Glory: victorious hopefuls

  • APCO: All smiles

    APCO: All smiles

  • PRCA's Ingham welcoming guests

    PRCA's Ingham welcoming guests

  • PRWeek's Harrington kicks off the awards

    PRWeek's Harrington kicks off the awards

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The winners were revealed at a reception in London earlier, after the three finalists across each of the four categories were unveiled at the end of January.

To enter, agencies and in-house teams were asked to complete a questionnaire about working practices, after which the 12 finalists were quizzed by the judging panel in face-to-face interviews. The judging panel was: Mumsnet head of policy and campaigns Rowan Davies; PRCA director general Francis Ingham; and PRWeek UK editor-in-chief Danny Rogers.

Gold award winners in each category were:

  • Large agency (100+ employees): Lansons
  • Medium agency (30 to 99 employees): Hope&Glory
  • Small agency (12 to 29 employees): GCI Health
  • In-house (corporate teams): Transport for London

Silver awards were given to the following agencies:

  • Large agency: Cohn & Wolfe
  • Medium agency: Citypress
  • Small agency: Interel
  • In-house: Change.org

The bronze awards went to:

  • Large agency: Brands2Life
  • Medium agency: APCO
  • Small agency: O Communications
  • In-house: Costa

Full profiles of the winners and video from the night will be published on PRWeek.com tomorrow (Thursday).

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