Gibbons Named a Great Workplace on Two Prestigious Lists
July 16, 2021
This week, the Great Place to Work® consulting firm named Gibbons one of the country’s Best Places to Work for Millennials™, as well as one of the Best Workplaces in New York™, both in the small and medium workplaces category. Gibbons is the most highly ranked law firm and most highly ranked New Jersey-based company on each of these lists.
In its first year selected to the “Millennials” list, Gibbons ranked #24. “Millennials are the next generation of firm leadership, and part of the legacy of the firm’s current leadership will be the extent to which we prepared them to carry the great Gibbons law firm well into the future,” said Patrick C. Dunican Jr., Chairman and Managing Director of the firm. “We are off to a great start, having hired some of the most dedicated and talented attorneys in their age cohort.”
This is the fourth year Great Place to Work has honored Gibbons as one of the Best Small & Medium Workplaces in New York. The firm, which has its second-largest office in New York City, reached its highest ranking yet at #7.
Mr. Dunican noted of this ranking, “With our New York office the hardest-hit of our locations during the pandemic, Gibbons is proud to have been able to nonetheless provide an exceptional employee experience for our New York attorneys and staff. While they have been remote-only for 16 months, we have worked hard to provide all the guidance and tools necessary for them remain productive and fulfilled in their jobs, and to let them know how much they are appreciated.”
The summary of employee feedback from this year’s survey notes, “The level of professionalism and client service here is extraordinary and absolutely matched by the level of concern for employees as people. The firm handled the pandemic in model fashion, prioritizing the safety of employees and clients alike.”
Great Place to Work compiled these lists using rigorous analytics and confidential employee feedback. Only Great Place to Work-Certified™ organizations were eligible, with their selection based on how fairly their employees are treated and how successfully they are creating a great employee experience that cuts across race, gender, age, disability status, or any aspect of who employees are or what their roles are.
No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. A description of the selection process methodology for the awards referenced is available at gibbonslaw.com/awards.