Greenberg Glusker attributes its appeal as a great firm to work for because the firm invests so much in supporting its workforce and in creating and maintaining a familial culture. The commitment was further cemented when the firm hired its first full-time “employee engagement coordinator” to focus on the well-being of its employees. The firm sponsors an array of fitness classes and wellness workshops to meet the varying interests and needs of its team members, such as strength training, yoga, boxing, Pilates, tai chi, meditation, healthy holiday cooking, relationships and communication, heart health, financial mindfulness, and more.
The firm also provides several social opportunities outside of the health and wellness space to support its workforce, further providing opportunities for team members connect and develop strong relationships with one another. This desire to ensure that team members feel connected is so deep that it heavily influenced the design of the firm’s new Century City office, which intentionally features open-air kitchens with cold-brew, kombucha, and beer on tap and a large, open collaborative workspace by the library as a means of encouraging individuals to connect with one another. Philanthropy is another key component that contributes to Greenberg Glusker’s familial culture, providing team members convenient opportunities to give back to the community.
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