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Jefferies Ranks In Best Companies League Tables

We are delighted to announce that Jefferies Solicitors has once again been ranked in the Best Companies league tables.

Jefferies Solicitors was given the rankings at the spectacular Best Companies Q4 live event, recognising the firms’ achievements over the past 12 months.

Jefferies Solicitors was revealed to have achieved a place in the best companies North West regional Q4 League Table making Jefferies one of the Best Companies to Work For in the North West. The firm’s focus on wellbeing was highlighted as part of the ranking with the comment “Jefferies Solicitors, the specialist personal injury law firm where wellbeing is high on the agenda.”

The ranking is a fantastic testimony to the different well-being initiatives that the company has introduced such as a partnership with Able Futures, free access to a counsellor, flexible working and providing free fresh fruit and drinks.

Managing Director, Michael Jefferies said “We are committed to looking after our staff and creating a happy culture in which all members of the team can thrive.”

Jefferies Solicitors has also been ranked 23rd in the Best Companies to work for in the UK Law Sector Q4 2022. At the Best Companies live event, Jefferies Solicitors’ ranking in the law sector, marks a fantastic achievement for the firm.

This ranking also highlighted the firm’s well-being agenda where staff are encouraged to take regular breaks and exercise, eat well and challenge their physical health with monthly events.

Finally, the firm was announced to be ranked as one of the best small companies to work for in the UK. Jefferies Solicitors was ranked in Best Small Company to Work For Q4 2022. We are absolutely thrilled to still be named one of the best firms in the law sector, North West, and one of the best small companies in the UK.