Time is running out to take part in the UK Best Places To Work Awards

Deadline is August 1st

You have just one month left to participate in the 2019 UK Best Places To Work Awards.

The process involves a company questionnaire and a survey of employees, so if you are interested in taking part, now is the time to drop us a line.

Games companies -- including developers, publishers, retailers and service companies - are all invited to take part.

This year's ceremony will once again take place at the Ham Yard Hotel in London on Friday, September 20th. The event is presented by recruitment specialist Amiqus, and sponsored by Playground Games.

The awards are judged via a two survey system - one for the employer to fill in and another for the employees. The results of those surveys determine whether you will receive one of our Best Places To Work badge. This year's survey has been updated over last year's, which was put together with the help of HR and recruitment experts.

All responses are entirely confidential and destroyed once the judging is complete. Businesses that do not receive a high enough score will not be named, and we'll provide the overall employee scores to all companies (upon request) so they can identify any areas in which they might be able to improve.

Alongside this, we will also celebrate special winners on the night. Our special awards include prizes for the best small, mid-sized and large companies, and we'll also reward businesses for Diversity, Learning & Development, CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and Health & Wellbeing.

We'll also name the UK games industry's Best Boss, while Amiqus will present a very special G Into Gaming prize.

To take part, email, to receive the two surveys.

We are also taking submissions from the games industry for the UK Best Boss. If you would like to nominate your boss, email

For sponsorship enquiries on the awards, please contact

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