At Civilian, we want our employees to feel comfortable enough to say what they’re thinking. After all, isn’t that what planting a flag is all about? Conviction? Taking a stance? Everyone here, from the top down has a voice and we encourage them to use it.
Take a look at some of the topics our folks have written about.
Civilian has been named one of the Ad Age Best Places to Work 2024. The annual ranking showcases companies that lead the industry in factors ranging from pay and benefits to corporate culture and leadership. In announcing the rankings, Ad Age commended this year’s winners for overcoming the industry’s challenges of an unsettled economy, changing media…Read more
We are excited to announce a significant milestone in our journey of growth and impact at Civilian. Our unwavering dedication to purpose-driven marketing has led us to secure our third statewide contract this year. These contracts address critical societal issues, including youth suicide prevention, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), and providing concrete support to individuals impacted…Read more
October 5th was the fifth annual California Clean Air Day. As a Certified B Corporation, Civilian pays close attention to its carbon footprint. For the last several years, Civilian has celebrated the day by taking the Clean Air Pledge, joining 565 organizations that came together to do their part to help reduce pollution. California Clean…Read more
Stacey Nelson Smith – Certified B-Corporation: Should I or Shouldn’t I? Tune into this: Civilian’s CEO and founder, Stacey Nelson Smith, recently sat down with Jeff Blanton on the Conscious Curiosity SD podcast, where she discussed bringing purpose to your work and how businesses can positively change the communities they work and live in. Below…Read more
The advent of streaming services in the past decade has completely transformed the way we consume entertainment. Initially a lot of people switched to streaming to save money and escape the advertising-heavy world of TV, but now ads are slowly trickling into streaming services as a way for companies to make additional revenue from usership….Read more