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Detroit-–-November 5, 2020-–-Detroit-based management side labor and employment law firm Nemeth Law, P.C., is pleased to announce that it has again been named to Metropolitan Detroit’s 101 Best & Brightest Companies to Work For®. This is the nineteenth time the firm has received this recognition. All winners were honored at digital awards show on October 27.
The Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® competition identifies and honors organizations that display a commitment to excellence in their human resource practices. An independent research firm evaluates each company’s entry based on key measures in various categories, including compensation, benefits and employee solutions; employee enrichment, engagement and retention; employee education and development; recruitment, selection and orientation; employee achievement and recognition; communication and shared vision; diversity and inclusion; work-life balance; community initiatives; and strategic company performance.
Deborah Brouwer, co-managing partner of Nemeth Law, said the 2020 recognition underscores the firm’s longstanding commitment to its employees.
“Our has firm made it a priority to not only respect and respond to the needs of our clients, but also create policies and traditions that acknowledge that the whole person comes to work. The fact that Nemeth Law has been selected 19 times by Metropolitan Detroit’s 101 Best & Brightest Companies to Work For® demonstrates that we have put best practices in place that speak to our employees’ needs and we are very appreciative of the recognition,” Brouwer said.
About Nemeth Law, P.C.
Nemeth Law specializes in employment litigation, traditional labor law, management consultation, arbitration, mediation, and workplace investigation for private and public sector employers. It is the largest woman-owned law firm in Michigan to exclusively represent management in the prevention, resolution and litigation of labor and employment disputes.