An Industry-Leading Workplace

WPR is celebrating two new accolades for the work it is doing to create a working environment where people can thrive professionally and personally.

PR Week has highly commended WPR in the hotly contested mid-sized agency category of its Best Places to Work 2023 awards. In judging these awards, PR Week conducts an anonymous engagement survey with the whole team, as well as looking at how the business approaches issues ranging from culture, wellbeing and mental health to ethics, diversity and inclusion.  

WPR has also been included on the Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2023 list. Powered by WorkL, the Sunday Times list is compiled through anonymous team surveys which assess the workplace experience through six key engagement drivers: reward and recognition; information sharing; empowerment; pride; job satisfaction; and wellbeing.

Jane Ainsworth, managing director of WPR, said: “We are passionate about our people and creating a workplace that allows them to achieve their professional ambitions, while supporting their personal development and growth. 

“So, it is particularly rewarding to be recognised by PR Week and Sunday Times, both because of the rigorous approach they take to assessing companies, but also because so much weight is placed on the most important voices of all – those of our team.”

These latest achievements come hot on the heels of WPR being named the PRCA’s Large Agency Workplace Champion 2023.