How do you become the best place to work in PR?

PRWeek’s Best Places to Work scheme has been designed to help PR agency and client-side comms team leaders develop the best possible working environments for their staff, while recognising outstanding workplaces and initiatives these businesses do.

After an uncertain year, our new COVID-19 Employee Support category gives you the chance to be in the spotlight for how your organisation has adapted its workplace policies during the era of the coronavirus pandemic.

With entries judged in a rigorous two stage process, and competition from the best agencies in the UK, the Best Places to Work Awards is the best platform to attract the industry's up & coming talent.

For full details and to enter the awards, please head to the awards website; www.prweeksbestplacestowork.com

If you have any queries, please contact freya.spath@haymarket.com

The Best Places to Work Awards

This year the awards consist of four main categories:

  • Large Agency (100+ UK employees)
  • Mid-Size Agency (30-99 UK employees)
  • Small Agency (2-29 UK employees)
  • In-House Communications Department

PRWeek has assembled expert judging panels for each category. Once the awards have closed for entries, the judging panels will decide on five finalists in each category. Finalists will then take part in face-to-face panel sessions to decide the winner and highly commended entry for each category.

Entrants can also submit schemes into additional categories that reward outstanding practices around Reward, Culture, Organisational Health, and Mental Health, giving you additional opportunities to be recognised. 

The specialist categories are outlined below:

  • NEW: Employee support during COVID-19:
  • Training & Development Award
  • Reward & Benefits Award
  • Culture, wellbeing and mental health support
  • Diversity and Inclusion Award
  • Internship and apprenticeships

For full details and to enter the awards, please head to the awards website; www.prweeksbestplacestowork.com