Highest Ranked Law Firm In The Great Place To Work Institute’s Super Large Category
Irwin Mitchell has maintained its position in the top 20 best places to work in the UK as ranked by the independent Great Place To Work Institute.
The firm has consistently placed in the top 20 rankings in recent years and is the only law firm to place in the top 20 in the super large category this year.
Organised by the Great Place To Work Institute, the rankings are determined by an anonymous survey, allowing the consultancy to discover the authentic views of employees about the places where they work.
The rankings take into account the feedback from staff, including thoughts and feelings as shared in the annual survey and colleague experiences of working at Irwin Mitchell, benchmarked against other organisations. Irwin Mitchell ranked 19th this year.
The firm has continued to deliver on commitments to staff wellbeing, building on the move to hybrid working via its Flexible by Choice initiative and focusing on career development through promotions and apprenticeships, improving diversity and inclusion and an increasing emphasis on work/life balance and supporting families.
Expert OpinionIt’s fantastic to be recognised as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces again this year.
“This is a collective achievement and a testament to the collaboration and efforts of everyone across the business, helping us shape life at Irwin Mitchell and continue to make this a great place to work for everyone.
“We are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive environment where everyone can thrive, as our Colleague Commitment and Colleague Value Proposition encapsulate.
“The last few years of pandemic, national lockdowns and a cost-of-living crisis have made for a challenging situation for everyone, so it’s good to see we have continued to perform consistently.
“While receiving this recognition is cause for celebration, we know there is more to do to make Irwin Mitchell an even better place to work and we’re looking forward to continuing that journey with our colleagues in the year ahead.” Susana Berlevy - Group Chief People Officer