A law firm in Wiltshire has won a coveted spot in The Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2024 guide.

Goughs Solicitors is one of only two law firms in the southwest to secure the spot.

The firm has been recognised for six consecutive years by Chambers & Partners and The Legal 500 for its levels of client care, depth and knowledge of the lawyers, and collaboration between the teams.

This latest honour acknowledges their commitment to the well-being of its staff.

Victoria Nash, HR director, said: "We are delighted to have been recognised as a Top Place to Work by The Sunday Times.

"The award recognises the internal efforts we go to for our people through the culture we embed.

"We established an engagement committee post-Covid, which consists of four subcommittees; social, ECO, charity and health & well-being.

"These committees become the voice of our people to move the firm forward in a way that they see fit.

"We are also proud to support working parents and encourage everyone to have commitments outside the office by offering the benefits of agile working.

"We are lucky enough to be based in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside and part of our culture sees us encouraging our people to get out and explore for the benefit of their mental health and well-being."

Matthew Drew, managing partner, added: "As the firm continues to go from strength to strength and develop, both in size and expertise, it is fantastic to see that our people are on this journey with us.

"Part of the firm's success comes from its culture and having a five-year strategic plan which always heavily features our people.”

The Sunday Times Best Places to Work measure is based on internal employee feedback which is submitted directly to the publication.

To secure a place, organisations must gain a minimum 70 percent overall engagement score.

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