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Sweet 16 for Mills & Reeve…

Submitted by on March 4, 2019 – 7:30 am |


Justin Ripman - PRLaw firm Mills & Reeve has been named in 24th position in The Sunday Times’ Best 100 Companies to Work For list.

Hot on the heels of being named Law Firm of the Year by both Legal Week and RollOnFriday, Mills & Reeve has been named in the top 25 firms in the UK by The Sunday Times’Best Companies to Work For prestigious annual list – its highest ever placing.

Mills & Reeve, which has an office in Birmingham, is the only law firm and one of only two companies to have secured a place on the prestigious list for 16 years running and was presented with a special award in recognition of this at a ceremony in London on Thursday night (21 February 2019).

 The Best 100 Companies survey, viewed as the most comprehensive analysis of workplace engagement in the UK, found that 93 per cent of staff felt proud to work for Mills & Reeve and 89 per cent felt that the organisation is run on strong values and principles.

 Justin Ripman, senior partner at the firm said: “This is a fantastic endorsement of our firm and to be included for a 16th consecutive year is quite some achievement. We believe that if we get our culture right all the really important things like outstanding service and delighted clients follow naturally.”

 Mills & Reeve has also achieved the highest three star accreditation by Best Companies, the organisation behind The Sunday Times’ Best Companies to Work For’ lists. The survey rates attributes including leadership, management, teamwork and wellbeing in the workplace and the three star status means the firm has obtained the “highest standard of workplace engagement, representing organisations that truly excel”.


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