MediaCom Australia has been recognised as the 15th best overall company to work for nationally, according to BOSS Magazine.
The BRW Best Places to Work study is widely acclaimed in Australia. Based on one of the world’s most comprehensive studies of workplace culture by Great Places to Work Australia, the quality of this year’s study was higher than ever. The success of the Best Workplaces is a testament to their willpower and innovation to retain happy, engaged, loyal, high performing workforces during challenging times.
Always aspiring to be the best for its people and for their clients, MediaCom is thrilled to have received a top spot amongst the array of entries that were received this year based on the feedback of MediaCom’s 330 people nationally.
Priding itself on creating a collaborative and motivating culture for its people, MediaCom Australia’s CEO, Mark Pejic said of the announcement, “We are so pleased to see our efforts recognised through a huge achievement of 15th place in BRW’s study. Our people are pivotal in MediaCom’s success and we are thrilled that this achievement is a reflection of how they feel about working at MediaCom in comparison to other businesses”.
Proving that MediaCom’s culture and behaviour initiatives are authentic and effective, two thirds of the study was based on employee feedback. Alaina Hawley, National People & Culture Director said, “It’s our talented and passionate people who make MediaCom the fun and exciting place it is to work. We are delighted to be recognised for the fourth year running as being one of Australia’s best places to work. It acknowledges the hard work and commitment to developing our people, and the importance of creating an environment that people enjoy coming to everyday”.
This award, combined with other accolades including 3 of its people being crowned winners at the B&T 30 Under 30 Awards, success at The One Show with Westpac ‘Air Rescue’, and recently receiving a staggering nine shortlist nominations for the 2014 Media Federation Awards, sees MediaCom continuing to nurture exceptional talent and produce award winning and best in class work.
The BRW 2014 Best Places to Work will be published in BOSS Magazine on Friday 12th September 2014.
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