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CMI Media Group and Company Is Recognized by Ad Age As a 2023 Best Place to Work

CMI Media Group and Company Is Recognized by Ad Age As a 2023 Best Place to Work

CMI Media Group, a WPP company (NYSE: WPP), and Compas have been named to the Ad Age Best Places to Work 2023, an annual ranking of companies that lead the pack in factors ranging from flexibility and benefits to corporate culture and leadership. Ad Age Best Places to Work 2023 honors 50 companies that did a standout job over the past year as the ad business met with the challenges of a weakening economy, changing media market and a continued tight talent pool.

The winners reflect the highest overall numerical scores based on an analysis of questionnaires submitted by employers and survey responses from their employees.

CMI Media Group and Compas were honored because of a focus on work/life harmony, training and development, and an overall positive and growth-oriented working environment.

“At CMI Media Group and Compas, we pride ourselves in three simple things; we hear our people and act on what they are telling us, we grow fast but maintain what makes us special which is our core values, and we provide trust and flexibility in how we work,” explains Julia Missaggia, Chief People Officer. “All of these factors made us a Best Place to Work and allowed for a seamless transition over the past few years to where we landed today.”

In the past year, CMI Media Group and Compas have won a number of industry awards and honors. A few accolades include PM360’s “Most Innovative Company,” Adweek’s “Fastest Growing Agencies,” MedAdNews’ “Diversity & Inclusion Champion” and a coveted spot in MM+M’s “Top 100 Agencies”.

Some of the benefits offered by CMI Media Group and Compas include individualized training tracks and development, a flexible work environment, a robust PTO package, employee listening programs, and more. The agencies’ employee-led and corporate-supported Employee Resource Groups (ERG) are dedicated to advancing inclusion, equity, belonging, and diversity outcomes, while aligning with CMI Media Group and Compas purpose, values, and mission statement. Each ERG has goals of creating a positive impact on their people, partners and communities.

CMI Media Group and Compas have brought many firsts to healthcare marketing as the premier healthcare-focused media buying and planning resource to the world’s game changers in pharma and life sciences. Imaginative, dedicated, scrappy and agile, CMI Media Group and Compas are often described as a 30+ year old startup with a big heart and known for creating bold opportunities. A staff of diverse, nimble, proactive and responsive cross-channel healthcare media doers allows the companies to appropriately serve clients of all sizes. With a deep focus on data, media and technology, the agencies have developed proprietary audience tools and expertise that ensure 100% media reach, precision, performance and personalization to healthcare professionals, patients and caregivers – 1-to-1, at scale. Empowered with these unique capabilities, they serve as trusted stewards of their clients’ media investment, helping clients to achieve their business goals, effectively and efficiently, by outsmarting vs. outspending their competition.

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