Enter PRWeek UK's Best Places to Work Awards 2015

Are you one of the PR's industry's best and most progressive employers? Do you run great and effective teams in the UK PR industry? Now is your chance to prove it - as entries open for PRWeek's prestigious Best Places to Work Awards 2015.

GolinHarris: Winner of the Large Consultancy category in the 2014 awards
GolinHarris: Winner of the Large Consultancy category in the 2014 awards

The Awards recognise those consultancies and in-house comms departments that go the extra mile to offer a superb working environment and progressive practices in the work place, whether it's around training, mentoring, pay, maternity/paternity issues or a host of other areas.

There are three consultancy categories to enter - small (two to 29 employees), medium (30 to 99 employees) and large (100+ employees) - and a fourth category for in-house (corporate teams).

To enter, an online questionnaire must be filled out by Tuesday 23 December. A judging panel made up of representatives of PRWeek, the PRCA and the CIPD will pick three finalists for each category.

This year, we have introduced face-to-face judging sessions in central London in January for finalists, to decide who gets the gold, silver and bronze awards across the four categories.

In addition to the prestige and business benefit of being named among the sector’s top employers, winners will receive a certificate and be profiled in PRWeek’s February edition.

To enter, we are asking agencies to donate at least £50 to the NSPCC, the children's charity. Please click here to donate.

To fill out the questionnaire, which includes more details about entry criteria and the judging process, please click here.

For queries, email john.harrington@haymarket.com.

Good luck!

Last year, the winners were:

Large Consultancy: GolinHarris
Mid-Sized Consultancy: Lansons Communications
Small Consultancy: Man Bites Dog
In-House: SwiftKey

Click here to read the profiles of the 2014 winners.

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