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Browne Jacobson named one of Britains top employers

18 March 2013

Browne Jacobson has been named as one of Britains top employers by the 100 Best Companies to Work For survey 2013 and is only one of six law firms across the country to have made it into the esteemed listing.

The Best Companies rankings are compiled from responses across eight employee satisfaction criteria - Leadership, My Manager, Personal Growth, My team, Giving Something Back, My Company and Fair Deal - by Best Companies Limited, an independent and authoritative research company that specialises in workplace engagement.

More than 900 organisations from public and private sector companies, partnerships, government agencies, not for profit organisations and co-operatives vied for a place in the list, with more than 250,000 employees also taking part in the survey.

Iain Blatherwick, Managing Partner at Browne Jacobson, said:

"It is a fantastic achievement for us to be sitting head and shoulders alongside some of the leading public and private sector employers in the country.

"Accolades such as this are also important in helping us to differentiate ourselves in the market place and enhance our reputation as an employer of choice.

"Whilst we are delighted at being included we have never rested on our laurels and the challenge is to maintain our inclusion so that we can continue to benchmark ourselves against some of the countrys leading employers."

The firm also maintained its Michelin style one star rating for achieving very good levels of employee engagement.

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