Deadline for C&IT Best Places to Work Awards extended to 8 May

C&IT partners with an independent HR consultant to assess, rate and benchmark working environments across the industry.

The deadline for C&IT Best Places to Work Awards has been pushed back to 8 May with agencies still coming onboard to a significant number that have already entered and applied for benchmarking. 

C&IT has launched its first ever Best Places to Work Awards, partnering with an independent HR consultant to assess, rate and benchmark the best working environments in the industry, recognising outstanding workplaces and initiatives.

C&IT’s Best Places to Work is still open for entries

The awards are split into three main categories:

  • Large agency (51+ UK employees)

  • Mid-size agency (21-50 UK employees)

  • Small agency (0-20 UK employees)

  • The registration deadline has been extended to Wednesday 8 May to give agencies one last chance to register.

    The deadline for completing the entry once registered remains unchanged - the entry survey must be completed by the end of Wednesday 8 May. This deadline will not be extended.

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