Warner Norcross Named One of Top Places to Work by The Detroit Free Press

11/19/2012

The law firm of Warner Norcross & Judd LLP has again been named one of Michigan’s Top Work Places by The Detroit Free Press.

The survey ranked Warner Norcross, which has six offices across Michigan, among the leading mid-size employers in the state.  More than 210 companies were nominated for the award, which evaluated career opportunities, compensation and benefits, management, direction and related areas.  This is the fourth year that Warner Norcross has been on the annual list.

Attorneys and staff from each of the firm’s offices were surveyed for the award.  They gave Warner Norcross high marks for offering alternative work arrangements, job sharing, telecommuting, flexible schedules and a compensation system that promotes teamwork.  The law firm was also noted for its strong commitment to philanthropy.

Earlier this month, Warner Norcross was recognized by Crain’s Detroit Business as one of the top three in the large employers category in its annual “Cool Place to Work” survey.  Offices in Southeast and West Michigan have both been honored repeatedly in the 101 Best & Brightest Companies to Work For.
 
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