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Time is running out to enter our UK Best Places To Work Awards

Employer survey deadline moved to August 10th

You have just three weeks left to enter the Best Places To Work Awards 2018.

Presented by recruitment specialist Amiqus, the UK Best Places To Work Awards 2018 will highlight the greatest employers in the UK games business.

To take part, publishers, developers, retailers, services companies, media specialists and more must fill in a detailed employer survey by August 10th. To request a survey, email here.

Alongside the employer survey, employees must also fill in a questionnaire on how they feel about their workplace.

Data obtained by these surveys are not held or shared publicly. Only winners will be named.

Those that don't make the list may request a short report detailing why.

The winners will be named at an awards ceremony set to take place at London's Ham Yard Hotel on Friday, October 12th. For more information on the awards and how they work, click here.

Final deadline for the Best Places To Work Awards 2018 is August 10th for the employer survey.

Last year's winners included Playground Games, Criterion, Space Ape, Unity, Creative Assembly, Studio Gobo, Hutch, Double Eleven, Failbetter Games and Wish Studios.

New this year is the introduction of specialist categories, designed to highlight excellence in CSR, Health & Wellbeing, Learning & Development, Diversity and Leadership. For more details on how to enter these, click here.

The 2018 event has also been backed by UK developer Playground Games. For further sponsorship enquiries, contact Charlotte Nangle.

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Christopher Dring

Head of Games B2B

Chris is a 15-year games business veteran. He spent nine years at UK business weekly MCV, including five years as editor. He joined GI in 2016 and oversees editorial, sales and events worldwide. He is the architect behind Best Places To Work Awards and GI Live. And is a tiny bit obsessed with market data. He also writes for Doctor Who Magazine. Because Doctor Who is awesome.