2012 Top Places to Work in PR: VSCpr


VSCpr 

With thirty team members, VSCpr is growing steadily and has doubled in size since last year. All open management positions have been recently filled by internal candidates who were promoted from within. 

The agency has created three entirely new positions to provide growth opportunities for staff showing promise and unique skill sets. In short—it’s all about growth at VSCpr.

And the culture is wide open. Team members have regularly scheduled (and impromptu) meetings with the Director of Client Experience and all team members have full access to CEO Vijay Chattha's calendar for time as they need it. The firm also keeps Mondays clear for teams to collaborate and meet with one another on client-related items, to answer questions from the team or to address a new team member's desire to better his or her future with the company.


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