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Three weeks left to win a UK Best Places To Work Awards

Enter now for our 2021 UK event on September 16th

There are just three weeks remaining to take part in the fifth annual UK Best Places To Work Awards.

To take part, simply click here and fill in your company details. The deadline is Friday, August 13th.

The event is for any company operating in video games that has over ten employees. As before, 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 badges.

All responses are entirely confidential and deleted once the reporting is complete. Businesses that do not receive a high enough score will not be named.

This year we've partnered with trade body UKIE, who will be hosting a screening of our awards at their Annual General Meeting on Thursday, September 16th. We have also teamed up with games industry charities SpecialEffect (for the CSR award) and Safe In Our World (for the health and wellbeing award).

Participant can receive a free report from us featuring their overall scores, and we also have benchmarking and advanced reports available for a fee.

Our big special award also return, where we will name companies who are showing excellence in the areas of Diversity, Learning & Development, CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and Health & Wellbeing. The UK Best Boss award also returns. And this year, we will also be celebrating companies that are best supporting green initiatives.

To take part, simply click here. If you want to submit someone for the Best Boss award, email

Best Places To Work Awards also took part in the US earlier this month, and you can watch that right here. Later in the year we are also hosting a Canada version.

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