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Nine out of 10 employees of this Atlanta-based international law firm report looking forward to work every day—and that’s especially true on the day of Alston & Bird’s Best of the Year Awards, an annual ceremony that recognizes more than 100 staffers for their pro bono work, mentoring, community leadership, and more. (Attorneys who provide pro bono legal services are eligible for up to 150 hours of billable-hour credit.) Alston & Bird is also committed to employee health and well-being. The firm has expanded its total wellness program by signing on to the American Bar Association’s Well-Being Pledge and—in response to the pandemic—encouraging self-care through a mediation and mindfulness challenge, part of an increased focus on mental health–based programming. Read the Great Place to Work review.
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