Shortlisted for Best Professional Services Recruitment Company to Work for: Recruiter’s Investing In Talent Awards 2017

By RedLaw | 30 Jun, 2017

We are extremely proud to be shortlisted for The Best Professional Services Recruitment Company To Work For category at the Recruiter’s Investing in Talent Awards 2017.

And here’s why. RedLaw believes a successful business is built with a happy workforce. We invest considerable resources in creating an engaging and enjoyable working environment for all, not just our fee earners. We also heavily invest in the personal development and progression of every member with extensive training programmes, support, mentoring and personal career pathway programmes.

Hard work and effort is recognised and we are always looking at new and inventive ways to incentivise and reward our team. So we are very excited that The Recruiter Investing In Talent awards shares in our passion and believes, like us, that RedLaw is one of the best places to work within the industry!

The RedLaw culture has developed organically, inspired by the beliefs and behaviours of the business owners.

RedLaw is an open, friendly, fun and rewarding environment in which to work. There is a real team spirit and a genuine desire to assist colleagues with placements. In this collegiate and supportive working environment, team members often take colleagues along to client meetings to help build relationships, share tips, opinions, advice as best practice to ensure we are always learning, developing and offering the very best in customer service.

The corporate culture is one which respects individuality and celebrates the diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds of our employees. Success is always celebrated and hard work continually recognised and rewarded through an extensive internal communications and staff welfare strategies.

As part of the award submission, RedLaw had to provide evidence that we offer the most effective work environment, incentives, benefits, training, internal communications and ‘best practice’-orientated management. Along with providing evidence of financial stability, innovation and profitability. We also had to demonstrate workforce diversity and the availability of career development opportunity for all all centred around a set of clearly defined organisational values.

Watch this space!