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Man Bites Dog Wins PRWeek’s Best Place to Work for 5th Consecutive Year

Posted on 16th January 2014 by Man Bites Dog

The Man Bites Dog team

Multi-award winning strategy and communications consultancy Man Bites Dog has been named PRWeek’s Best Place to Work for a fifth consecutive year. The award recognises the industry’s best working environments and employee benefits, development and engagement.

Man Bites Dog impressed judges with its ability to foster rapid development and promotion, nurturing staff to grow from graduate to Director and consistently retaining 9 out of 10 Dogs.

The B2B consultancy’s latest all-staff survey shows that every respondent felt part of a professional, supportive and enthusiastic team. The number one priority for all team members for job satisfaction was to work on interesting campaigns, which Man Bites Dog achieves by delivering outstanding global communications consultancy for the world’s smartest brands, all from a seaside Brighton HQ.

The Man Bites Dog office, famous for its beach huts, pebbles and indoor pier, was designed by the staff and is the focal point of the team’s varied social events. The company’s team days and annual European weekenders let “The Dogs” off the leash and enable them to determine Man Bites Dog’s values, goals and strategy.

Founder and Managing Director, Claire Mason said: “We are incredibly proud to be PRWeek’s Best Place To Work. The fact we have won this award for a fifth year running is testament to how much we care about our people, our culture and our sense of team. Man Bites Dog is an entrepreneurial business where everyone is valued and has their say in how the company is run and our ambitions for the future. This two-way desire to succeed is what drives our remarkably engaged workforce and enables our pedigree pack to deliver outstanding work for our clients.”

Man Bites Dog is actively recruiting and welcomes speculative applications at all levels.

Further information

Man Bites Dog careers: http://bit.ly/1a9otLD

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