St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 7, 2020 — Beehive Strategic Communication was honored on PRWeek’s 2019 Best Places to Work in PR list as one of the best small agencies in the country.
“Beehive outperformed all other small agency entrants when it comes to promoting good work-life balance,” said PR Week. “Its health benefits programs … won particular praise from staff and judges alike.”
The annual best places to work winners are named based on employee survey results from agencies ranging in size from small (1-50 employees) to mid-size (51-200 employees) to large (201 or more employees). PRWeek’s annual Best Places to Work initiative honors the top agencies and in-house teams ranked by peers and associates on important issues including workplace culture and salary.
“Being a PRWeek Best Small Agency to Work in PR showcases Beehive’s positive workplace culture and validates that our people programs and promises are working,” said Lisa Hannum, CEO and founder. “It’s energizing to have our commitment to employees recognized in our industry.”
This is Beehive’s first Best Places to Work in PR award from PRWeek.
About Beehive Strategic Communication
Beehive Strategic Communication is a purpose-driven strategic communication firm that uses the power of communication to build better businesses. We help organizations clarify and align their visions, values and strategies to bold actions that build trust and drive growth — inside and out. As a certified B Corporation, Beehive meets the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose. More information at www.beehivepr.biz.
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