Fortune Magazine names Rimon One of Top Ten Great Places to Work in Bay Area
San Francisco, California – Rimon, consistently recognized for its innovation and teamwork throughout its 46 global offices, was named one of Fortune Magazine’s Top 10 Best Small and Medium Workplaces In the Bay Area for the year 2022.
Based on employee reports and prominently positioned out of an index of 75 organizations, Fortune accounts that, “…Bay Area-headquartered companies excel at fostering wellness, and 90% of employees of the companies on this year’s list report that their workplace is psychologically and emotionally healthy. Such support balances out the growth-oriented responsibilities these companies grant employees.”
Rimon employees offered further testimonial when quoted by Fortune Magazine, stating with consensus that, “the Founding Partners are honest, smart, thoughtful people. They are approachable, reasonable, creative, and supportive of everyone. It’s a place where everyone is happy to work and to work with each other. That’s a function of management doing a great job of hiring talented, collegial employees, and valuing maintaining a happy, healthy, friendly work environment. Management is very tech-savvy, and the firm provides numerous opportunities to train on new technologies. The firm is extremely flexible as to [each] employee’s work/family life balance. The firm has an entrepreneurial spirit and almost no bureaucracy. If a work opportunity is ethical and profitable, the firm finds a way to help make it happen.”
“We predicted technology’s evolutionary role in innovating a historically antiquated legal industry, one that has been for centuries out of touch with the efficiencies of doing business, today clearer than ever amid the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” said Michael Moradzadeh, Founding Partner of Rimon. “Law firms have also begun struggling to retain talent, like any other industry facing the ‘Great Resignation’. Rimon emblemizes a truly unique, collaborative model of doing business – how we choose to serve both our practitioners and their clients – a model that has unlocked not only talent retention but continued growth and global acquisition across practices.”
Rachel Braun, CEO of Nova Law, the operational arm of Rimon, added: “My congratulations to our offices in the Bay Area and to our attorneys recognized this year by Chambers Global, Best Lawyers and Super Lawyers. Our thanks to Fortune Magazine for recognizing our distinction and we look forward to sharing Rimon’s continued accomplishments and those of the legal practitioners within our global community in future.”
In 2022, the Rimon Law firm hosts 46 offices across five continents and is an organization widely acknowledged as being at the vanguard of legal innovation.
Since its inception, Rimon has been repeatedly recognized by the Financial Times as one of North America’s most innovative law firms; the firm’s Managing Partners have both been named ‘Legal Rebels’ by the American Bar Association’s ABA Journal and have addressed innovations in the practice of law at Harvard and Stanford Law Schools.