Republica Havas Selected as a Top Place to Work by PR News

by | Dec 13, 2018

Republica Havas, one of America’s leading and fastest-growing multicultural creative, media, and communications agencies, was named one of PR News’ 2018 Top Places to Work in the industry. The award was presented at a dinner at the Edison Ballroom in New York, and this year marks the second time the agency receives this recognition.

“Our people are the heart and soul of Republica Havas. We are fiercely committed to providing a familial, collaborative culture where employees feel appreciated and inspired to do their best work as they grow professionally,” said Jorge A. Plasencia, Republica Havas co-founder, chairman and CEO. “Being named a Top Place to Work once again by PR News is definitely a feather in our cap,” added Plasencia.

As part of its familial culture, Republica Havas offers employees many unique and exciting benefits, including a Barista brewing the agency’s famous cafecito; Breakfast Fridays; a Fitness Center; various games including Pool, Foosball, and Ping Pong; Pet Insurance; Domestic Partner Health Insurance; Birthday Holiday; Summer Fridays; Annual Offsite Retreats; Quarterly Town Hall Meetings; Field Trips; and regular raffles to the best sports, concerts and community events. Additionally, the agency offers regular yoga and meditation practices on its rooftop terrace.

For a full list of winners, click here.

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