McManis Faulkner, a leading Northern California trial firm, has been named one of the “Top Workplaces in the Bay Area” by the Bay Area News Group. For the fourth consecutive year, the firm ranked in the “Top Small Workplaces” category. In addition, McManis Faulkner was the only law firm named among the “Best Places to Work in the Bay Area” in the small companies’ category by the San Francisco Business Times.
“To be ranked four consecutive years by Bay Area News Group and as the only law firm by the San Francisco Business Times is a testament to our attorneys and staff. Their commitment to client service and professional development creates an environment of fellowship and success for our clients, the firm and our community,” said James McManis, head of McManis Faulkner.
The Bay Area News Group Top Workplaces rankings are based on survey information collected by Workplace Dynamics. The San Francisco Business Times Top Workplaces rankings were based on survey information collected by Quantum Workplace. Rankings for both surveys were composite scores calculated on the basis of employee responses to a range of questions regarding workplace satisfaction, including company leadership, compensation and training, diversity/inclusion, career development, family-friendly flexibility and values and ethics.
In both surveys, McManis Faulkner was highlighted for offering employees a true “open door” policy, with access to senior staff members who enjoy coaching younger professionals. The firm regularly offers professional development seminars and mentoring programs and hosts alumni events and organizational meetings.
In their surveys, McManis Faulkner’s employees applauded the firm for its commitment to supporting the professional advancement of attorneys and staff and making employment fulfilling both professionally and personally. With the firm’s employees coming from diverse backgrounds, bringing unique experiences and perspectives, McManis Faulkner was awarded for creating an environment where each employee is part of the team and treated with respect for their individuality and the distinct value they bring.