Contently Named One of the 50 Best Places to Work in Media By Ad Age

Contently Named One of the 50 Best Places to Work in Media By Ad Age. Okay, maybe a lot of times. That means building a culture where people enjoy each other’s company, are fulfilled by their responsibilities, and have access to the resources they need to succeed. Only 50 companies made it, and we’re honored to be sharing the accolade with companies like Pandora, PwC, and Foursquare. So how did we make Ad Age’s list? Besides free snacks and a stocked fridge, we also make sure our employees have plenty of opportunities to bond with their fellow employees. Ideally, the best perks involve both food and socializing, like our recent company lunch and 15-way trivia battle royale. But while those kind of things are important, it’s really our non-edible benefits that make Contently a great place to work. If this all sounds like I’m persuading you to come work at Contently, I am—we’re hiring! More than anything, it’s those smart, talented people that make Contently what it is—and they’re the ones that help make our Mondays suck a little bit less.

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Sometimes, Mondays suck. Okay, maybe a lot of times.

Saying goodbye to the weekend is never easy, but there is a
solution: making the workplace a better place. That means building
a culture where people enjoy each other’s company, are fulfilled by
their responsibilities, and have access to the resources they need
to succeed.

Of course, that always sounds much simpler than it actually is.
As the head of people at Contently, it’s my job to make these
solutions a reality as best I can. Today, we received some
vindication that we’re on the right track: Contently was named one
of Ad Age’s 2016
Best Places to Work
.

Hundreds of media, advertising, adtech, and martech companies
from across the country applied and were judged on their workplace
policies, practices, demographics, and employee experience. It was
a competitive list. Only 50 companies made it, and we’re honored to
be sharing the accolade with companies like Pandora, PwC, and
Foursquare.

So how did we make Ad Age’s list? Well,…

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