Pensions & Investments employees were recognized by the American Society of Business Publication Editors, winning one national and one regional award for their work in 2021.
The awards are open to U.S.-based business-to-business, trade, association and professional publications, both print and digital. This year, more than 830 entries were received in various categories, ASBPE said.
In the category for web microsite/special section, P&I won national and Upper Midwest regional gold awards — the highest honor — for its 2021 Best Places to Work in Money Management website. The BPTW special report, which went live Dec. 13, is one of the publication's most popular special reports, and is based on surveys of both participating employers and employees.
To register for the 2022 program, visit pionline.com/bptw2022.
For the program's 10th anniversary in 2021, P&I's digital design team worked with the editors to develop a compelling online report that quickly allowed readers to find a firm's ranking, read more about its culture and what employees had to say about the firm. Additional editorial content also was reported from the survey's findings, including:
- Detailed profiles of each of the 100 winners.
- An overview of companies' return-to-work plans.
- A breakout on the five firms that have been recognized each year since the program began in 2012.
The microsite also featured subsequent coverage of P&I's inaugural Future of Work conference in New York that was held one day after the BPTW winners were announced.
Team members recognized for their work on the project were Elizabeth Davis, web designer; Patrick Roth, web producer; and Gregg A. Runburg, art director.
"Pulling together this ambitious package took an incredible amount of work from the editors, designers and the reporters at P&I," said Executive Editor Julie Tatge. "For the 10th anniversary of the program, we wanted to do something truly special. Our readers engage with this report, and it was so gratifying to develop a microsite that served them and then have that work recognized by ASBPE."
To see the full report, go to pionline.com/best-places-work-2021.