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Morrison & Foerster’s Boston Office Recognized by the Boston Business Journal as a Best Places to Work Honoree for Second Year in a Row

16 Apr 2021

Boston Business Journal, Best Places to WorkMorrison & Foerster is pleased to be recognized by the Boston Business Journal as a 2021 Best Places to Work honoree. This represents the second year in a row that the firm’s Boston Office has been recognized by the Boston Business Journal as a Best Places to Work—the BBJ’s exclusive ranking of the Massachusetts companies that have outstanding work environments.

“We are delighted to be named once again to the Boston Business Journal’s Best Places to Work honoree list,” said Morrison & Foerster Boston Managing Partner David Ephraim. “This recognition, especially in a year of unprecedented challenges, underscores the hard work and shared commitment by everyone in our Boston office to deliver exceptional client service, while working together to foster a collaborative culture where we can all thrive.”

To determine this year’s results, employee survey participants were asked to rate their work environment, work-life balance, job satisfaction, advancement opportunities, management, compensation, and benefits.

“In a year that has brought incredible challenges for everyone both personally and in business, it is a true testament to great organizations to be named a Best Place to Work," said BBJ's Market President and Publisher Carolyn Jones. "We congratulate all of our honorees and look forward to learning from them on how to create and sustain outstanding workplaces.”

A Best Places to Work special publication is scheduled to be published in the June 18th weekly edition of the Business Journal and the Business Journal’s virtual celebration will be held on June 16th.

Read the full list of 2021 Best Places to Work honorees on the BBJ’s website.

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