Enter PRWeek UK's Best Places to Work Awards 2016

Are you one of the PR's industry's best employers? Now is your chance to prove it - as entries open for PRWeek's prestigious Best Places to Work Awards 2016.

Lansons: Gold winner in the large agency category in 2015

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 workplace, whether it's around training, mentoring, pay, maternity and 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, you will need to pay the £50 entry fee, after which you will receive the password to access the Best Places to Work 2016 questionnaire. To arrange payment and entry, please email steven.forsdick@haymarket.com using the subject line 'Best Places to Work'. We will respond within 48 hours.

Face-to-face judging sessions for the finalists will take place in central London to decide who gets gold, silver and bronze in each category. These will take place on the afternoons of Tuesday 2 February (large and medium consultancy categories) and Wednesday 3 February (small consultancy and in-house).

To enter, the online questionnaire must be filled out by Monday 4 January 2016. 

A drinks reception announcing the winners will be held in late February, following which the results will be published online and in the March issue.

Good luck!

PRWeek Best Places to Work 2015 winners

  • Large agency (100+ employees): Gold – Lansons; Silver – Golin; Bronze - Instinctif
  • Medium agency (30 to 99 employees): Gold – Forster; Silver – Citypress; Bronze – W
  • Small agency (two to 29 employees): Gold – Dynamo; Silver - Man Bites Dog; Bronze - Manifest
  • In-house (corporate teams): Gold – Nationwide; Silver – SwiftKey

Click here to read about the winning entries from the 2015 awards.

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