Charleston-based marketing, advertising and public relations firm Rawle Murdy made the list of 35 finalists for the “Top Small Workplaces” award from The Wall Street Journal and the nonprofit Winning Workplaces group.
The 15 winning companies will be featured in a Wall Street Journal special report Oct. 13 and honored at a conference in Chicago on Oct. 14 and 15. A national panel of small-business experts chosen by The Wall Street Journal and Winning Workplaces will choose winners based on success in creating workplaces that nurture, challenge and reward employees.
“This is a great honor which I believe is attributable to our distinct culture and, especially, the extraordinarily talented and dedicated people who work here,” said David Rawle, founder and chairman of Rawle Murdy.
More than 800 employers were nominated.
“Being named a finalist reinforces the extraordinary commitment we make to all of our associates who drive each other to be better every day. We believe great ideas can come from anywhere, any time, and we believe you can, and should, have fun while doing great work,” said Bruce Murdy, president of Rawle Murdy.