Where Are the Best Places to Work in PR?


“Best Companies to Work for” lists have served as a barometer of success for decades, but how does your organization rank in the context of public relations?

If you work at a PR agency, or for a communications/PR/public affairs department within a corporation, nonprofit, association or NGO, then PR News is seeking your feedback for its 2009 class of Top Places to Work in PR. The winners in each category (agency, corporation, nonprofit/association/NGO) will be announced at our Platinum PR Awards event in October 2009, and will be highlighted in a special feature on PRNewsOnline.com. Winners will be selected by PR News editors and an outside panel of industry experts.

Respondents are not required to answer all questions to be considered (except where indicated), but we encourage you to provide as much information as possible so that we can evaluate each submission fairly and accurately. Both domestic and international organizations are eligible and will be judged according to category. Please note that the names and identities of all nominators will remain confidential, but the information provided will be used for judging purposes and for coverage in PR News Online. Multiple entries will be accepted from one company, but individuals may fill out only one submission. Click here to submit your company or department.


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