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PR News Celebrates 2017 Top Places to Work in PR at Gala Dinner in NYC

November 30th, 2017 by

The modern workplace is changing rapidly, and PR agencies and communications leaders at brands and nonprofit organizations must adapt to provide the best benefits and opportunities to attract and retain the best talent. On Nov. 29, PR News celebrated those organizations that have gone beyond mere adaptation at its 2017 Top Places to Work in PR dinner at the Edison Ballroom in New York. Workplace culture and the recognition that employees are people first, and PR pros second, ruled the evening.

2016 Top Places to Work in PR: Aflac Corporate Communications

June 6th, 2017 by

Aflac is among the most diverse companies in America. In fact, its workforce is comprised of a high percentage of both women (67 percent) and minorities (40 percent). In addition to employer-sponsored health care benefits… Continued

2016 Top Places to Work in PR: Adobe Systems

June 6th, 2017 by

At the heart of Adobe’s core values lies the belief that groundbreaking ideas come from everywhere in the company and that Adobe’s people are its greatest asset. The company offers a variety of benefits to… Continued

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How to Make Your Company a Top Place to Work

May 3rd, 2017 by

Are you engaged at work? Gallup says nearly 70% of employees are disengaged. How to fix that? Employee engagement begins during the hiring process and, if done well, continues throughout the employee’s career, writes PAN Communications’ chief Phil Nardone. Constant communication is critical to employee engagement. And having the right management team can make or break engagement. In addition to tips about engagement, Nardone provides other takeaways to help make your company a top place to work.

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2016 Top Places to Work in PR Honored by PR News at Winter Awards Luncheon

December 6th, 2016 by

What’s your dream job? Where would you work in PR if it were entirely up to you? PR News will honor these workplaces at an awards luncheon Dec. 6 at the historic National Press Club in Washington, D.C., where we will also bestow awards for PR People, Rising PR Stars and Diversity & Inclusion.

2016 Top Places to Work in PR: Marina Maher Communications

December 6th, 2016 by

The traditional gender executive bias is flipped at Marina Maher Communications (MMC) – its executive committee features seven women out of eight members. In addition, its percentage of ethnically diverse staff is at 21% and… Continued

2016 Top Places to Work in PR: Porter Novelli

December 6th, 2016 by

Porter Novelli’s culture is welcoming, lively, supportive and fun. New employees rave about the unique feeling of being part of a broader team and being met with open arms. More than anything, the company wants… Continued

2016 Top Places to Work in PR: Powell Tate

December 6th, 2016 by

With its open and engaging organizational structure and the very nature of its clients and work, it’s no surprise Powell Tate boasts a vibrant, one-of-a-kind work culture. The Powell Tate staff is an impressive group… Continued

2016 Top Places to Work in PR: Republica

December 6th, 2016 by

República is an agency born of a passion to not just do things differently, but to do them better. República has turned a reputation for disruptive thinking into one of the fastest-growing and most talked-about… Continued

2016 Top Places to Work in PR: R&R Partners

December 6th, 2016 by

In a recent survey, employees listed their favorite aspects of working at R&R, highlighting the familial environment, the company’s flexible and fun culture, the variety of work and the reputation that comes with the company,… Continued