Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock Honored on 2013 ‘Best Places to Work’ List

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Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock Honored on 2013 ‘Best Places to Work’ List

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Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock, Inc., a national healthcare public affairs firm, was recognized as one of the by the .

The Best Places to Work awards honor Middle Tennessee companies ranging from 10 to more than 500 employees. Employees of nominated companies complete an online survey, created by , which measures 10 key engagement areas of their workplace, including team effort, trust in senior leaders and management effectiveness.

“We’re honored to rank among Nashville’s Best Places Work,” says , President and CEO of Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock. “Our culture – and maintaining that culture while growing rapidly – is among our firm’s greatest achievements. We are designed to attract, energize and keep extraordinary people. That focus is the key reason we, and our clients, are successful today.”

In March, Jarrard Inc. was ranked 11 among fastest growing healthcare PR firms, a jump from 14 last year, according to the annual . Jarrard Inc. also experienced a 27% year-over-year growth in 2012, well above the national average growth of 10.45%.

To be considered for the award, at least 85 percent of the employees must complete the survey. The results are evaluated and then companies are chosen in each size category: small, medium, large and giant companies.

Jarrard Inc. is a national healthcare public affairs firm that works exclusively with the leaders of hospitals and healthcare organizations during times of great challenge or change. The firm helps healthcare organizations use the tools of politics and communications to win their strategic goals. In addition, it publishes the healthcare newsletter . For more information, visit or follow us

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