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Fourth Floor deemed an extraordinary workplace

Published on Friday, 25th October 2019, contributed by Fourth Floor Creative

Bristol-based digital agency Fourth Floor Creative have been predicted a maximum three-star rating - ranked 'Extraordinary' - for the prestigious Best Companies Index

The basis of each year’s Sunday Times ‘best companies to work for’ lists, Best Companies' staff-surveying methodology takes in a meticulously data-driven investigation covering eight different factors (leadership quality, pride in the company, faith in management, personal growth, team spirit, wellbeing, fairness of treatment, and the business’ social value), in order to scientifically determine the state of employees' engagement in their workplace and work culture. 

Although official, final accreditation is only applicable to companies of 50+ employees, Fourth Floor's predictive 'Pulse' survey was subject to the same stringent judgment, and the fast-growing agency has been encouraged to go ahead will full accreditation once head-count is high enough. 

Announcing the survey result, Fourth Floor's CEO Rich Keith explained, "From day one of Fourth Floor Creative, our official, internal company goals have placed our quality as a workplace on equal footing with business success. That factor has been - and remains - core to all our development plans. This accolade is an immense validation that we’re working in the right direction, but also a landmark that we’ll now use to navigate ever-further along that path." 

Launched in 2017 with two members - CEO and founder Keith, and partnerships director David Bryan - Fourth Floor Creative has now grown to 28, expanding its core influencer marketing and branded digital content business to take in live events management, merchandise delivery services, and full-service creative production. With a global list of household name clients in the entertainment industry, it is now one of the leading creative agencies in the influencer and branded content space.