Pannone rated top employer as Links drops out
Manchester-based law firm Pannone has once again been rated as the best legal employer in The Sunday Times' 100 Best Companies To Work For survey, while City giant Linklaters has dropped out of this year's list. Pannone moved up to third in this year's overall rankings, marking the sixth consecutive year the firm has been rated among the UK's top 10 employers. The survey praised Pannone for its realistic attitude to work/life balance, with 78% of employees saying they were happy with the provisions the firm offered.Eleven law firms in total have made it onto this year's list - the same amount as last year, but with a number of changes. City firm Lewis Silkin was the highest new entry, coming in at 19, while CMS Cameron McKenna re-entered at 74 and Charles Russell (92) was included in the list for the first time.
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