The Works ranks #25 on Great Place to Work list for Asia - only advertising agency to make the cut

Screen Shot 2018-04-18 at 7.37.47 am.jpgThe Works has been named as one of Asia's best places to work and is the only advertising agency to make this year's prestigious list.

The Sydney based agency was announced by global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work as one of the Best Workplaces in Asia, overnight.
The Works ranked 25th on this year's list in the small and medium sized business category. More than 1,465,366 employees participated in the survey studies in nine Asia-region countries where Great Place to Work is represented.

In August last year The Works placed in the top 15 best places to work in Australia and was the top advertising agency in the Great Place to Work survey. In the same month, The Works was acquired by ASX listed digital services consultancy RXP.

Says Jasmine Landsell, people and culture director at The Works: "We are honoured to be recgonised as one of the best places to work in Asia, following on from our ranking in the Australian survey last year. Everyone at The Works contributes to making the culture stand out and the leadership team are continually focussed on ensuring that our people work in an environment that delivers for them and our clients."

According to Great Place to Work: "A great place to work is one in which employees no matter who they are and what they do for the organisation are having a consistently positive experience of trusting their leaders, enjoying the people they work with, and having pride in what they do. It is an honour for The Works to be recognised by their employees as an organisation that fosters respect, trust and fairness."

For a full list of winners click here.

4 Comments

shh said:

the representatives for the company are not very respectful of people who dont work for them, however

Really. said:

A great place to work. If you're a Pom.

I'm guessing said:

Only agency to enter?

#neverforget said:

Ask anyone who worked there before they realised they could never sell a creative agency that the creative industry hated how great a place it was to work...

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