San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 11, 2008
The San Francisco Business Times, East Bay Business Times and the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal named Bonfire Communications, an organizational communications agency specializing in employee engagement and strategy implementation, as one of the "Best Places to Work" in the Bay Area. Ranked this year in the top 15, Bonfire Communications has made the list for two consecutive years.
The Best Places to Work survey is conducted annually by the three newspaper publishers and is recognized by more than 140,000 readers. Bonfire Communications was deemed as a great place to work based on the results of an employee survey covering work environment and culture, benefits and opportunities.
"The people of Bonfire are experts in helping organizations and communities become more passionate, connected and effective," said Gordon Rudow, Bonfire's CEO. "Receiving this award for the second consecutive year shows how deeply we are committed to modeling the behavior that we promote inside of our global clients. It also underscores our dedication to providing a top-notch work environment that attracts, retains and grows the best talent in the industry."
All Bonfire employees receive benefits such as three weeks paid vacation, performance-based incentive compensation, a 401(k) plan, generous healthcare coverage with alternative healthcare options, and flexible work hours. Bonfire also offers the option of a sabbatical after five years of employment.
Bonfire Communications is an organizational communications agency specializing in employee engagement and strategy implementation. The agency helps companies drive conversation and behavior change to implement critical business initiatives, using a unique audience-centric approach. Bonfire's goal is to help organizations and communities become more passionate, connected and effective. By integrating strategy development and change management with award-winning design and media development, Bonfire has crafted communication campaigns for leading global companies such as Genentech, Starbucks, Oracle, and Gap Inc. Learn more about Bonfire at: http://www.BonfireCommunications.com.