2011 Top Places to Work in PR – Coyne Public Relations

Coyne PR’s success is built on the belief that it has to continually foster each employee’s career path.

“The best way to create a true sense of teamwork in the workplace is to first create a culture that values collaboration and teamwork and then strike a balance between setting collective team-based goals and delivering individual recognition,” says Tom Coyne, CEO. “Teamwork is best accomplished when each team member feels valued and knows that they have a voice.”

The agency conducts an annual employee survey to formally elicit feedback and suggestions. The most recent survey led to the creation of numerous employee committees to address and develop best-in-class programs, including a flexible work policy, a reduced work week, a formal review process which includes a self-evaluation and feedback on immediate supervisors and expansions to the agency’s internal training program, Coyne College.

This training program is designed to develop the knowledge and skills of Coyne’s employees and give them the best opportunity to succeed, wherever their careers take them. Beyond Coyne College, the agency encourages employees to seek additional ways to continue their education and further their understanding of public relations and their clients’ industries.

Tom Coyne, CEO of Coyne Public Relations, is joined by Rich Lukis, Lisa Wolleon, Andrew Testa, Julie Geraghty and Mark Martin (l-r), among others, as he officially cuts the ribbon at the grand opening of the company's new headquarters in Parsippany, NJ.


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