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Weightmans recognised as a Certified Top Employer UK 2020 for the thirteenth time

Weightmans said to 'provide exceptional employee conditions... nurtures and develops talent throughout all levels of the organisation'

National law firm Weightmans has been officially recognised by the Top Employers Institute as a Top Employer 2020 in the UK.

Organisations certified as Top Employers dedicate themselves to providing the very best working environment for employees through their progressive ‘people-first’ HR practices.

The HR Best Practice Survey encompasses over 100 questions which cover 600 ‘People Development’ practices across 10 topics: Talent Strategy, Workforce Planning, Talent Acquisition, On-boarding, Learning & Development, Performance Management, Leadership Development, Career & Succession Management, Compensation & Benefits and Culture.

The comprehensive independent research revealed that Weightmans provided ‘exceptional employee conditions, nurtures and develops talent throughout all levels of the organisation and has demonstrated its leadership status in the HR environment, always striving to optimise its employment practices and to develop its employees.’

Helen Taylor, HR Director at Weightmans said:

“Our people are at the heart of everything we do and we are delighted that our commitment to their engagement and providing them with an opportunity to develop their careers has been acknowledged for the thirteenth time. Our people are determined to achieve the best results for our clients and we aim to equip them with the best training, support and environments in which to do so.”

Top Employers Institute CEO David Plink says, ‘To become recognised as a Top Employer, an organisation will have to prove that the implementation of their people strategies enriches the world of work of their employees. The certified participants are a shining example of a dedication to people practices as they continuously commit to empowering their employees for a better world of work. Congratulations!’

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