Kingsley Napley is proud to be ranked 16th place in The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work for in 2019.
For the sixth consecutive year we have been recognised for achieving exceptional levels of employee engagement demonstrating our commitment to creating a positive working environment for our people. From entering the rankings in 2014 at 49th place, we have most recently received the accolade of 16th place in the UK. This makes us the top law firm in the UK listed in 2019.
We also achieved the three star accreditation once more, demonstrating Kingsley Napley as an ‘extraordinary’ place to work.
Most notably, the key areas which the firm scored most highly included ‘My Company’ which assessed the level of engagement we have for our roles and the organisation, ‘Leadership’ which examined how we feel about the head of the organisation, senior managers and the firm’s values and ‘Personal Growth’ which highlights that the experiences gained are valuable for their future.
Particular highlights include:
- 88% feel that the leader runs the firm on strong values / principles;
- 91% believe that the experience they gain from this job is valuable for their future; and
- 95% agreed that their work is an important part of their life.
Commenting on the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For ranking and the extraordinary accreditation, Managing Partner Linda Woolley said:
"We are delighted to be recognised as one of the Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For. It is really rewarding to know that our values and culture are shared around the firm and are becoming more and more embedded. I want to say a big thank you to all my colleagues around the firm for all their hard work – they really make Kingsley Napley the firm it is."
Linda Woolley, Managing Partner
The Sunday Times rankings are compiled from anonymous staff responses across eight different areas including personal wellbeing, pay and benefits, their thoughts about immediate management and opportunities for personal career growth as well as corporate social responsibility. For further information you can read Kingsley Napley’s profile.