DLA Piper becomes Poland's first Great Place to Work-certified law firm
DLA Piper Poland has become the first law firm in the country to receive certification from Great Place to Work, one of the most experienced and prestigious organisations evaluating workplaces globally. The certification is based on a survey that analyses the office’s management practices and work culture.
The Great Place to Work organisation has been present in Poland for 14 years and uses a methodology that quantifies employee experience, engagement, trust, and wellbeing. Companies seeking certification also undergo an assessment of their HR and management practices.
Jacek Giziński, Co-managing Partner at DLA Piper Poland, said: “We do our best to attract the most gifted professionals in the country. The Great Place to Work Certification is proof that we have created a workplace where employees feel good, and conditions are present for them to thrive and excel. The certification prioritises employee well-being and cultures of inclusion, purpose, genuine learning, caring and empathy.“
Established in 2008, the firm’s Warsaw office employs 200 professionals, including 130 lawyers, 48% of whom are women. DLA Piper Poland boasts a commitment to diverse and inclusive thinking, values fundamental to its corporate culture. The firm is also committed to social engagement and actively supports social change by performing over 2,500 hours of pro bono work a year.
Anna Brzozowska, HR Manager, DLA Piper Poland, said: “From a new joiner’s first day, we do our best to make them feel welcome in the firm. Our open and inclusive attitude contributes to our team’s high job satisfaction and translates into great performance. It is an honour to be the first Polish law firm named as a Great Place to Work, and shows how over the last four years, after the implementation of the firm’s new strategy and values, we have built a culture that is based on trust and respect.”
|Great Place to Work, a global authority on workplace culture, collects data and insights from millions of employees working in approximately 10,000 companies to benchmark performance. It has developed a unique methodology to survey employees around the world and promotes good practices in the workplace. Since 1992 the organisation has carried out over 100 million employee surveys. If you would like to see DLA Piper Poland's certification you can visit here.|