January 8, 2014

Withy King achieves top 100 best companies to work for ranking

Law firm Withy King has been shortlisted as one of The Sunday Times Top 100 Best Mid-Sized Companies to Work For and awarded the highly sought-after Best Companies Two Star Accreditation.

[caption id="attachment_2800" align="alignnone" width="472"]Graham Street, Managing Partner, Withy King, Bath Photo caption: Graham Street, Managing Partner, Withy King, Bath[/caption]

Withy King, which has offices in Bath, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and London, has been recognised for its outstanding levels of staff engagement and its commitment to creating a positive working environment for its people.

The firm’s ranking in the Top 100 will be revealed at an awards ceremony taking place in London on 27 February and in a league table to be published in the Sunday Times on 2 March.

“We are delighted to have been named as one of the Sunday Times’ Top 100 Best Companies To Work For,” commented Graham Street, Managing Partner at Withy King. “For our staff to view Withy King as a great place to work and feel motivated and valued is paramount to the success of the firm and is the most effective way to ensure our clients always receive the best possible service.”

The Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies to Work For is the most comprehensive analysis of workplace engagement, opinion and satisfaction in the UK, with 896 organisations taking part and more than 240,000 employees surveyed.

Withy King employs 270 people across a network of offices in Bath, Swindon, Marlborough, Oxford, Abingdon, Thame and London. In 2013, the firm was awarded top marks in seven categories in a survey of trainee solicitors run by Lex 100, the student guide to law. Withy King was ranked second for job satisfaction and quality of work out of student entries from across the UK including global London-based law firms, achieving an average score of 96 per cent in both categories.


For further information, please contact Natalie Birrell at NBPR on 07557 356860 or email [email protected]

Date of issue: 9 January 2013

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