Simon Sinek wrote that people don’t buy “what” you do; they buy “why” you do it. And even though his idea was built around the development of a brand, it couldn’t be more applicable to the work culture that companies strive to build. The challenge of attracting and retaining talent is something that all organizations face – from the biggest corporations to the leanest start-ups.

This is why Digiday launched the first-ever Digiday WorkLife Awards. The Digiday WorkLife Awards celebrate the media and marketing world’s best work environments as well as their values and cultural initiatives.

We are thrilled to share that Situation is shortlisted as an agency Most Committed to Social Good! We are honored to be recognized amongst some amazing companies and reaffirm to make our world a better place. Winners will be announced later in the year. Stay tuned!

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