PRWeek's hunt for Best Places to Work US 2015

The top three small, midsize, and large agencies, as well as in-house communications teams, will be selected.

For the third year, PRWeek will be naming its Best Places To Work in PR in four categories. The call for submissions opens today.

Winners will be honored in the following four categories: Small Agency (0-50 US staffers); Midsize Agency (51-200 US staffers); Large Agency (201-plus US staffers); and In-House PR Team.

The winners will be determined by surveying submissions from staff members representing all levels of seniority and, where applicable, geographic regions. Insights will be gleaned on topics including compensation, camaraderie, corporate citizenship, and culture.

The competition will be judged by a group of senior-level leaders in the executive recruitment and HR spaces, as well as members of PRWeek’s senior editorial team. Arbiters will look for entities that excel in the following five areas: employee improvement/advancement, work-life balance, general workplace/employment considerations, fostering strong morale, as well as inclusiveness and diversity.

Last year’s winners included Cohn & Wolfe, Porter Novelli, and Weber Shandwick in the Large Agency category; M Booth, Racepoint Global, and Text100 in the Midsize Agency category; Fish Consulting, Praytell Strategy, and Vantage PR in the Small Agency category; and LinkedIn, Pitney Bowes, and in the In-House category. Click here to learn what made these organizations stand out.

Entry fee is $299 and interested entities will need to register their organizations to take part in the Best Places To Work survey. To do so, click here.

All responses must be finalized and submitted by Thursday, September 24 at 11:59pm ET.

For further details on entering this year, contact Thomas Renaud.

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