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Just two weeks remain to enter the UK Best Places To Work Awards

Deadline is Monday, June 20

There's just two weeks left to win a UK Best Places To Work Awards.

The deadline to take part in the event in Monday, June 20. The awards can take a while to complete, so sign-up now if you want to participate.

Best Places is all about making the games industry a better place to work. It's judged via an employer form (worth 20% of the final score) and an employee surey (worth 80%), and the winners will be revealed during a ceremony at Develop:Brighton on Tuesday, July 12.

The event is sponsored by Amiqus, Hutch Games (Small Company Category), Ico Partners (Diversity Award), Playground Games (Mid-Sized Company Category) and Rocksteady (Health and Wellbeing Award). Event partners include Develop:Brighton, SpecialEffect (the CSR Award) and Ukie.

The awards are completely free to take part in, and every participant will receive a free report showing your overall employee scores. We also have more in-depth paid reports that companies can buy. will also be producing Best Places To Work podcasts, designed to offer advice and guidance on becoming a better employer.

Only the winners of the awards are announced, and individual employee responses are entirely anonymous.

The Best Places To Work Awards winners are split into three categories: Small Companies, Mid-Sized Companies, and Large Companies. We also have a number of special trophies that will be handed out to those who took part and scored highly in specific areas. These are:

The Health and Wellbeing Award (presented by Rocksteady)
The Corporate Social Responsibility Award (presented by SpecialEffect)
The Diversity Award (presented by Ico Partners)
The Environmental Award (presented by Games London)
The Education Award
The G Into Gaming Award (presented by Amiqus)
UK Best Boss

For more details on how to take part and how the awards are judged, click here. For sponsorship enquiries, contact George Corner.

To take part in the 2022 UK Awards, click here.

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