Local business journal recognizes Parnall Law as one of the best medium-size workplaces in Central New Mexico after an employee satisfaction survey.
ALBUQUERQUE, NM, August 24, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — The personal injury law firm Parnall Law was named one of the “Best Places to Work” by Albuquerque Business First during an awards event yesterday.
Parnall Law won in the medium business category, which includes workplaces with 25-49 employees. The honor was based on employee satisfaction surveys conducted by Albuquerque Business First and Quantum Workplace.
“The Best Places to Work awards celebrate companies that have delivered an outstanding work experience, successfully linking bottom-line company goals with employee interest,” according to a statement from Albuquerque Business First.
Parnall Law received the recognition yesterday afternoon at an awards event held at Dave & Buster’s in Albuquerque. Members of the firm’s team attended this event to accept the award.
“We are proud that our law firm has been named among the best places to work in our area,” said Bert Parnall, firm founder and personal injury attorney. “Having employees who are happy in the workplace means our clients get better service and feel more welcome and comfortable when they interact with us in person, on the phone, or by email.”
Albuquerque Business First cited four core needs for employee happiness: renewal (physical), value (emotional), focus (mental), and purpose (spiritual).
“The culture at Parnall Law strives to fulfill our employees’ needs so we can all work our best to take care of our clients’ needs,” Bert Parnall said.
About Parnall Law
Parnall Law is a full-service personal injury law firm located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Attorney Bert Parnall has represented accident victims in Albuquerque and New Mexico since 1997. Bert Parnall and the legal team at Parnall Law are dedicated to providing high-quality legal representation for injured people.
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