Top Places to Work in PR 2014: Weber Shandwick

Weber Shandwick 

Being a company with offices around the globe can have its benefits. Weber Shandwick sees connecting their multinational offices as a key way to foster employee creativity and out of the box thinking. The 10x10 interoffice exchange program sent employees from Brussels to Shanghai and beyond to find creative inspiration in the people and cultures of offices worldwide.

Developing an employee is a multifaceted project, which is why in addition to providing employees with time and stipends to pursue their personal and professional passions, Weber Shandwick offers live classroom training with instructor led webinars on The unique “blended learning” curriculum believes that the best way to develop a new skill or behavior is to practice it on the job and in real-life situations.

The central tenet of Weber Shandwick is collaboration. Working with the company means collaborative access to its diverse array of talent, from PhD scientists, video production experts and creative technologists to social media experts, client managers and strategic planners.