2012 Top Places to Work in PR: Powell Tate

Powell Tate 

At Powell Tate, opportunities for growth, exploring new interests, and developing skills abound for those eager and willing to seize them. There are a number of senior leaders who started at the agency as junior staff and have capitalized on the considerable opportunities to advance. 

To further facilitate its entrepreneurial and engaged culture, Powell Tate eschews the typical agency “practice” structure, with colleagues working across disciplines. Employees at every level are free to engage on a variety of accounts and interact regularly with colleagues, including the most senior staff, on account work and new business. 

Among Powell Tate’s comprehensive benefits are paid parental leave (not just maternity leave) following birth or adoption and adoption assistance; employee discounts including personal publication subscriptions; theme park visits; wireless plans from Verizon, AT&T, and others; 1-800-Flowers orders; gym memberships; General Motors vehicles; and computers from Apple, Dell, Microsoft, HP, and Lenovo.

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