Culture innovation continues, E&S named best place to work for third year.

Posted November 13, 2017 in by

Ervin & Smith has been named as one of the 2017 Ad Age Best Places to Work. This is the third time that the agency has been recognized nationally on this list and honored for benefiting the advertising industry’s economy, workforce and business.

“This year has been filled with so many amazing milestones, and being recognized as one of the Best Places to Work is what I’m most proud of,” Heidi Mausbach, President and CEO said. “At Ervin & Smith, we have a team of talented and driven individuals, and we are very intentional about creating an employee experience where people feel valued. We are able to provide benefits that they find meaningful both personally and professionally in return for the amazing work they do for our clients, our community and our company.”

What sets the E&S culture apart:

Although we never settle, we will be reflecting on this accomplishment and how we can continue to innovate workplace culture to recruit and retain top talent. Follow us on Instagram to see how. The list of all 50 workplaces honored as a 2017 Ad Age Best Places to Work can be found in November’s publication.

About the Best Places to Work Survey
Companies from across the United States entered the two-part survey process to determine Ad Age’s Best Places to Work. The first part consisted of evaluating each nominated company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems and demographics. This part of the process was worth approximately 25% of the total evaluation. The second part consisted of an employee survey to measure the employee experience. This part of the process was worth approximately 75% of the total evaluation. The combined scores determined the top companies and the final ranking. Best Companies Group managed the overall registration and survey process, analyzed the data and determined the final ranking.

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