Quick facts

About Trimedia

Champion Trimedia employees can take part in a “Wimbledon Wii” tournament or in sack races at the picnic in the park summer party, to which all the nine UK offices are invited. In 2007, the London-based PR business merged with Harrison Cowley to become a top 15 agency in the eyes of PR Week magazine and, last year, it won agency of the year at the European Excellence Awards with recognition for its Love Food, Hate Waste campaign. A subsidiary of the Huntsworth Group, the agency has expanded from 52 staff in 2006 to 152 now, and this has yielded opportunities for personal growth (an 85% positive score), with the training offered being of great personal benefit (75%). Staff say there are no limits to how much they can learn and grow (76%). Work is timulating (81%) but it can be stressful (62%, and the second worst result for stress in the top 100). To help people out, fresh fruit is provided in all offices and a Wellbeing Wednesday four times a year offers massages, a healthy lunch and seasonal treats. Chairman Vikki Stace and the new chief executive, Loretta Tobin, inspire Trimedia staff (84%), who are confident in their leadership (88%). Employees have a great deal of faith in the pair (86%).


What is it like to work for Trimedia

Leadership
Leadership
Monthly staff meetings are held where updates on finance, new business, marketing and new employees are shared with the staff. Talent Road-shows are visited by senior management in each UK office and a training programme is run. Quarterly update emails get sent to all employees detailing finance information and promotions.
My Manager
My Manager
Managers are taken away from the office environment for two days intensive training including management skills, conducting appraisals and dealing with difficult situations. Mentoring/co-coaching schemes are also offered for more senior colleagues. Outside training is also provided.
Personal Growth
Personal Growth
Trimedia provide a Talent Academy for staff who get taken away to Oxford for 2 days intensive training covering personal development, client service, business development and media relations. An office library is provided containing a wide range of books for staff to borrow. They also pay for staff to study for the CIPR Diploma and Advanced certificate.

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Benefits:

  • Women
    Women

    At least 33% of senior managers are women

  • Shares
    Shares

    Companies where employees are offered share options

  • Holidays
    Holidays

    Companies offering a minimum of 25 days annual leave

  • Gym
    Gym

    On-site gym or subsidised gym memberships

  • Charity Activities
    Charity Activities

    10% of staff undertake charitable activities during business hours

  • Childcare
    Childcare

    On-site nursery or vouchers

  • Pensions
    Pensions

    Companies offering a final salary or non-contributory pension scheme

  • Maternity
    Maternity

    At least 10 weeks' leave on full pay

  • Health Insurance
    Health Insurance

    Full family cover

Company Statistics

  • Annual Sales:

    £11,400,000

  • Staff:

    152

  • Staff Turnover:

    16%

  • Male : Female:

    19% / 81%

  • Male to Female ratio:

    19% / 81%

  • Average Age:

    28

  • Earning £35,000+:

    44%

  • UK sites:

    9

  • Graduate Vacancy Locations:

    PR

  • Provides work experience?:

    Yes

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