BCL Legal named one of the UK’s best places to work by Sunday Times for the second year running
For the second year in a row, BCL Legal Recruitment (www.bcllegal.co.uk) - one of the UK’s most successful legal recruitment specialists - has appeared in the Sunday Times Top 100 Small Companies to Work For.
And the Manchester-based company is celebrating a double win. This year, they appear at number 56 in the list, eight places up from last year’s 64th position.
James Batt, Managing Director at BCL Legal, commented on the results: “We’re honoured and delighted to make the Sunday Times Top 100 two years in a row. We work hard to build a true, inclusive team environment and instill our people with a sense of job satisfaction and happiness in what they do.”
Wellbeing at BCL Legal ranks the highest in the Sunday Times survey with 74 per cent of the organisation praising the care offered to staff. Employees also appreciate the flexible working hours, the support of managers and realistic deadlines.
The company, who also has offices in London and Birmingham, score highly with 89 per cent of the employees feeling that the place runs on sound principles, and 90 per cent agreeing that there is a genuine feeling of care amongst colleagues.
According to the Sunday Times, 92 per cent of the BCL Legal team commend the strong values of the business while others approve the taking up of staff suggestions like the provision of healthcare, user-friendly smart phones and life assurance.
Batt concludes: “Ultimately, BCL Legal’s inclusion in this list helps attract top talent - now more people know that we are a great place to work. We look forward to growing and flourishing throughout the rest of 2017!”
"Were honoured and delighted to make the Sunday Times Top 100 two years in a row. We work hard to build a true, inclusive team environment and instill our people with a sense of job satisfaction."
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