2012 Top Places to Work in PR: Hunter Public Relations


Hunter Public Relations 

The internal culture at Hunter PR is creative, fun loving, collaborative and social. All staff members are encouraged to provide the "+1" in whatever they're doing—whether for clients or on behalf of the agency. 

In addition, all staff members have agency-centered responsibilities, whether its serving on one of the social media task forces, or bringing their expertise and interests to a special committee (e.g. the off-site training committee, staff training committee. marketing communications committee). These Hunter PR assignments are changed every year, to allow people to experience and assist with a new agency function.

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