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Virgo places 14th in UK's Best Workplaces awards

Ranked in top 30 of the best medium-sized workplaces for seventh year

Virgo HealthVirgo Health has been named as one of the UK's Best Workplaces in this year's Great Place to Work rankings.

The Richmond-based healthcare communications agency rose to 14th place from last year's 23rd in the medium-sized organisation category, marking its seventh consecutive year inside the top 30.

Ondine Whittington, Virgo Health's managing director, said that the agency's success was due to its guiding principle of putting its employees first so that business accomplishments will follow.

She added: “This is what has driven Virgo's success - the extraordinary and talented people who work here and are passionate about raising the bar in healthcare communications.

“We want to thank each and every one of our employees for helping Virgo to be such an inspiring place to work.”

The Great Place to Work report showed that 92% of Virgo employees feel a sense of pride in the work the agency produces, with 97% surveyed saying that the film has a 'family' or 'team' feel.

The report further showed that 91% of employees agreed that it is a great place to work - 2% higher than the Great Place to Work list average.

Also making the grade was communications giant Ketchum, placing 50th in the medium Best Workplaces category.

The highest-placed pharmaceutical firms in the Large Organisations category were Bayer and AbbVie, which came 25th and 26th respectively.

Article by
Rebecca Clifford

3rd May 2016

From: Marketing



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