The Men’s Divorce Law Firm has once again been named one of the Orlando Sentinel’s Top 100 Companies for Working Families for 2014. This is the sixth consecutive year the Firm has been recognized as one of the most family-friendly places to work in Central Florida. This year the Men’s Divorce Law Firm also ranks fourth in the small business category, which is the highest ranking to date for the Firm.
Each year, the Orlando Sentinel seeks to highlight companies with its annual Top 100 Companies for Working Families program. The winners, which were announced at an awards luncheon on August 1, 2014 at Lowes Royal Pacific in Orlando, are innovative companies that help employees balance work and family life.
Finding optimal work/life balance can be difficult, but some companies such as the Men’s Divorce Law Firm help their employees reach and maintain balance through comprehensive and creative benefits packages and programs. These companies understand the importance of their workers’ lives outside of the company. In return, there is a high degree of company loyalty and less employee turnover. Workers seek out companies that treat them well and help them achieve their goal at work as well as at home.
Through creative work benefits, a caring corporate work environment, and flexible scheduling, the Men’s Divorce Law Firm has once again been included in the list of Top 100 Companies for Working Families.
“We are extremely proud and honored to once again be recognized as one of the Top 100 Companies for Working Families,” said Managing Attorney Jeffrey Feulner of the Men’s Divorce Law Firm which is based in College Park, Orlando.
The panel of judges was comprised of experts in the human resources and employee benefits arena who are knowledgeable about work/life initiatives and trends in the workplace.
The Men’s Divorce Law Firm has been committed to aggressively represent husbands’ and fathers’ rights in divorce and other family law matters since 2004. Please contact our office today to complete your complimentary intake screening.