Quarles & Brady’s Phoenix Office Named a “Best Places to Work” in 201312/19/13
PHOENIX, ARIZ. — The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that the firm’s Phoenix office has been named one of the “Best Places to Work” in 2013 by the Phoenix Business Journal, a division of The Business Journals. The firm ranked 13th in the Mid-Size Companies category, was listed in the inaugural Best Places to Work program in 2003 and was recognized as an All-Star for being placed on the “Best Places to Work” list for the past six years or more.
Places to Work” honor recognizes Phoenix companies with excellent moral,
engagement, retention and workplace practices. These organizations traditionally
go above the standard employer benefits and options to offer a range of
teambuilding activities and cohesive staffs. Companies were ranked based on
employee participation in a survey conducted by research partner Quantum
Workplace and ranked within their size categories. Nominated companies were
divided into five groups: Micro (10–49 employees), Small (50–99 employees),
Mid-Size (100–249 employees), Large (250–999 employees) and Extra-Large
This year, roughly 125 organizations were unveiled and honored at the 2013 Best Places to Work Luncheon on December 12th in Scottsdale. All organizations were also highlighted in a special section of the December 13th issue of the Phoenix Business Journal.
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About Quantum Workplace
Quantum Workplace partners with organizations nationwide to increase client loyalty and financial success by making work more effective and enjoyable for its people. Founded in 2002, Quantum Workplace serves more than 5,000 organizations annually through employee engagement surveys, action-planning tools, leadership assessment and employer of choice recognition.