Bloomberg Media Group and New York Media take top honors in the Digiday Worklife Awards
New York Media took the top spot in two categories in this year’s Digiday Worklife Awards, which recognize media and marketing’s top employers as well as the cultural initiatives that make them unique. The company has been awarded Best Onboarding Process and chief HR officer, Lou Gretta, was named HR Leader of the Year.
Since joining New York Media in 2017, Gretta has focused on subcultures in the organization, resulting in positive employee feedback in the areas of management, communication and recognition.
Also taking top honors is Bloomberg Media Group, which won for Employer of the Year – Publisher. Bloomberg Media established workflows that consistently lead to new product creation across its global footprint.
See the full list of winners below.
Most Innovative Culture
Epsilon and Conversant
Most Passionate Employees
Most Committed to the Community/Social Good
72andSunny Los Angeles
Most Dedicated to Employee Growth
Most Committed to Diversity and Inclusion
Publicis.Sapient / Second Story
Most Collaborative Culture
XO Group, Inc.
Best Onboarding Process
New York Media
HR Leader of the Year
Lou Gretta, chief HR officer, New York Media
Employer of the Year
Bloomberg Media Group
Best Employee Appreciation Initiative
Best Employee Engagement Initiative
Best Employee Empowerment Initiative
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