. Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A.
, a top Twin Cities law firm, is pleased to announce that they have once again been named as one of Minnesota's "Best Places to Work" by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal
. It is the third time the firm has been recognized in the past four years.
In the annual survey used to determine the winners, employees are asked to rate their company in each of the following areas: work environment, embracing innovations/new ideas, people practices, personal growth and development, people in the organization, and day-to-day operations. The firm will be recognized in the mid-size company category at a luncheon on Aug. 27 at the Minneapolis Hilton.
This past year, Winthrop & Weinstine hosted a number of unique events for and with their employees, clients, and referral sources, including “Lunch & Learns” on various legal topics, monthly networking events to promote camaraderie within the firm, intellectual property forums, roundtable discussions, and panel events. The firm also contributes to many projects throughout the community, including collecting food donations for Second Harvest Heartland, packaging meals for Feed My Starving Children, collecting and sending care packages to troops overseas and planning and serving meals at the Ronald McDonald House four times a year.
"Winthrop & Weinstine continues to uphold its commitment to employees, clients, and the community, even in the tough economy," said firm President Scott Dongoske. "We pride ourselves on our relationships, internal and external, and are proud to be recognized for our firm culture."
ABOUT WINTHROP & WEINSTINE, P.A.
Winthrop & Weinstine is a dynamic and relationship-driven law firm focused on understanding their clients’ businesses and helping them succeed through responsiveness, innovation and creativity. The firm enjoys steady growth by meeting the diverse needs of its clients from individuals and emerging-growth businesses to Fortune 500 companies in an impressive array of industries throughout the Twin Cities and nationally.