WAA named as one of Britain's best places to work (again!)
28th February 2011
WAA has been named in a prestigious list of Britain’s best workplaces.
The integrated communications consultancy, hit the headlines this weekend in the respected Sunday Times ‘100 Best Small Companies to Work For’ league table – coming in at number 60.
And testament was paid to the scope of the agency’s work and the approach it takes to its business, highlighted by WAA’s 9th place listing in the category of ‘Most Stimulating Workplaces’.
The recognition comes in a strong period of growth for WAA, and chief executive Andrew Wilson believes the foundations are in place for that success to continue.
He said: “We have always been very mindful that our people are WAA’s key asset and invested in them accordingly, so it is fantastic to see that translate into recognition of this kind.
“This is about the entire workplace experience, and we see this very much as the beginning of something rather than the culmination.
“There is certainly a buzz within our industry around the progress we are making, which is highlighted by the fact that we have already taken on a dozen new team members since the turn of the year.”
Sunday Times managing editor Richard Caseby paid tribute to all of the companies that made it into the Top 100, describing it as Britain’s toughest business competition.
He said: “I congratulate all of the companies that made this year’s list. Providing a dynamic and fulfilling workplace is not just a “nice to have” for our winners, it is an established part of the long term strategy.”