Mirror Digital Has Been Recognized As An Ad Age 2023 Best Place To Work
Mirror Digital has just been recognized as one of Ad Age 2023 “Best Places to Work.”
The annual award ranks companies leading in factors ranging from pay and benefits to corporate culture and leadership. Mirror Digita, the leading multicultural and LGBTQ+ publisher and creator network, is among 50 companies for their excellence while managing the challenges of a weakening economy, changing media market, and continued tight talent pool.
“We are honored to be recognized by Ad Age as one of the 2023 Best Places to Work. Our vision is to be a change agent in creating a world inspired by human connection that provides access, opportunity, and fair value for diverse stories, innovations, and ideas. Our Mirror Digital team and publishers make this vision possible every day – with each client media campaign we deliver,” said Sheila Marmon, Mirror Digital Founder/CEO.
Ad Age’s scoring system factors in employee responses on topics including pay and benefits and seven other core focus areas (75% of the score) and a company’s policies and practices on areas including pay and benefits, work/life balance, recruitment, training and development (25% of the score).
“The tight labor market forced every business in the industry to compete for talent, and the 2023 Best Places to Work winners proved the value of understanding what employees want today,” said Dan Peres, Ad Age President and Editor-In-Chief. “Companies will face challenges this year with the economy and ongoing effects of the pandemic, but winning workplaces understand that taking care of employees is central to business success.”
This marks the third award recognizing the company’s work ethos over the past year. Throughout 2022, Mirror Digital continued to grow its product lines and diverse team of experts, including internally elevating key leadership.
For more information about current career opportunities at Mirror Digital, visit our careers center.
About Mirror Digital
Mirror Digital is the authority on Asian American Pacific Islander, Black, Latinx, and LGBTQ+ audiences and the creators who move them. The digital media company was founded in 2012 as the first Black-owned digital media company to support multicultural creators and the diverse voices unique to their cultures. An original supporter of diverse voices in media, its team and network of over 850 multicultural content creators shape and define culture by building authentic connections across web, mobile, social, video, and emerging digital media platforms that serve as the bridge between creators, clients, and diverse communities.
For over a decade, Mirror Digital has worked to support and build a digital ecosystem committed to excellence, equity, and inclusion as part of the company’s DNA. For more information, visit www.mirrordigital.com.
About Ad Age
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