The Best Places to Work Awards recognise the consultancies and in-house teams that offer progressive practices and an exceptional working environment - perhaps thanks to good training and development, excellent rewards or a host of other issues including parental leave and flexibility.
Entries opened last month, and remain open until Monday, 4 January.
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 of PRWeek.
To enter, pay a £50 fee after which a password and a link to an online questionnaire will be sent in order for you to submit information about why you should win. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange payment, using the subject line 'Best Places to Work'.
The four categories, and last year's winners, are:
- Small agency (two to 29 employees): Gold – Dynamo; Silver - Man Bites Dog; Bronze - Manifest
- Medium agency (30 to 99 employees): Gold – Forster; Silver – Citypress; Bronze – W
- Large agency (100+ employees): Gold – Lansons; Silver – Golin; Bronze - Instinctif
- In-house: Gold – Nationwide; Silver – SwiftKey