PHOENIX, AZ (July 11, 2022) – Arizona Capitol Times, Best Companies Group, and BestCompaniesAZ announced today that KEYSTONE LAW FIRM has earned a spot on the 10th annual list of the 2022 Top Companies to Work for in Arizona.
This highly selective list is the result of anonymous and comprehensive employee surveys measuring culture, work environment, leadership, and employee pride and satisfaction, combined with rigorous evaluations of workplace practices, policies, perks, and demographics.
“This year’s top companies were selected based on the results of very high favorable employee survey scores, averaging 90% overall survey results and an impressive 91% overall employee engagement. This level of performance for Arizona companies is about three times the national average when compared to Gallup’s recent reporting of US engagement at about 33% favorable,” says Jaime Zepeda, EVP, Best Companies Group. “These winners should be very proud of their Top Companies status for this presents a powerful opportunity to attract and retain the very best talent.”
“We are honored to have received this award! It’s great to have this recognition,” said Francisco Sirvent, founder/owner of Keystone Law Firm. Sirvent also went on to say that he cannot stand how he has seen other employers treat their employees; he witnessed bosses working staff 100 hours per week, yelling at employees, not allowing staff to take lunch breaks.”
“I can honestly say that Keystone Law Firm is an awesome place to work; everyone is so positive, and the environment is one of the healthiest, most supportive I have ever worked for in my 25-year career,” said Courtney Lage, Community Liaison for the firm.
Keystone Law Firm’s most senior employee had this to say, “It’s hard to find an employer in this industry who is as compassionate as Francisco Sirvent. I joined the firm because of the opportunity for growth, but I stay because of his philosophy. We make sure to hire people who align with our core values and mission. We constantly ask for feedback from our employees in order to improve our systems so that they work better for them. We celebrate our employees because they give the majority of their waking hours to us. I am so thankful for all of the kind-hearted individuals who gravitate toward Keystone Law Firm.”
Other employees shared the following about working at Keystone Law Firm:
“I love the type of work we do in helping people. It’s very rewarding. It’s also the first time in my career that I have had the opportunity to make decisions to better my position.”
“I enjoy working with people I like to help the community at difficult times and with difficult issues.”
“The culture at Keystone Law Firm is completely refreshing; working for an employer who values self-growth in all aspects is life-changing. The consistent encouragement from leadership is highly valued and appreciated. In this field where we are reminded of the mantra ‘life is fleeting’ every single day, Keystone Law Firm ensures their employees are valued, and they are supported in prioritizing family and personal health.”
“I enjoy the freedom to work at our own pace…, the fact that we are encouraged to get to know each other and work as a team, the openness to suggestions and change of procedures and I genuinely love our standards in the level of compassion and care for our clients (even the difficult ones!).”
Keystone Law Firm’s Mission, Purpose, Vision, And Promise:
At Keystone Law Firm, their mission is to help families get their financial houses in order. Their purpose is to help people steward their relationships and their resources. Their vision is to see families providing for their loved ones, living out their purposes in life free from the worry of money, and leaving this world a better place after they’re gone. Their promise is to affirm others’ strengths and protect others’ weaknesses, to treat others the way they want to be treated, to extend grace to the teachable, to seek first to understand before trying to be understood, to challenge the status quo, to give others the benefit of the doubt, and to praise in public and correct in private.
The top companies will be honored at a virtual event on August 23, and a special supplemental listing of the rankings will be published by Arizona Capitol Times and BestCompaniesAZ on August 26.
To access the full list of winners and the official website for the Top Companies to Work for in Arizona, visit https://bestcompaniesgroup.com/top-companies-to-work-for-in-arizona/winners/ and https://bestcompaniesaz.com/top-companies-current-winners/.
Arizona Capitol Times is the only media organization solely devoted to public policy and politics in Arizona. Independent and nonpartisan, they are the most trusted news source covering Arizona’s governments. Their physical proximity to the seat of power and unparalleled access to sources in the Capitol means they consistently cover legislative and state government actions quickly, accurately, and comprehensively.
BestCompaniesAZ is a marketing agency that specializes in employer branding. With more than 30 combined years of industry experience in public relations and human resources, BestCompaniesAZ elevates award-winning organizations through digital marketing, events, communication, and award consultation services.
Best Companies Group (BCG) is dedicated to establishing Best Places to Work programs to distinguish leaders in workplace excellence. As a research firm, BCG collects data about participating companies as well as employee feedback, analyzes that data, and produces a “Best” distinction that makes each recognized organization, the selected region (or industry), and the organizing partners proud. Best Companies Group identifies and recognizes places of employment that lead the way in defining the employee experience of the 21st century.
For more information about Keystone Law Firm, drop by at 2701 W. Queen Creek Rd., #3, Chandler, AZ 85248, or call (480) 418-8448.
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