KYRIAKIDES GEORGOPOULOS Law Firm (KG) has obtained the International Certification «Great Place to Work®» (CERTIFIED by Great Place to Work®), which is awarded to organizations that stand out as selection employers in a competitive talent search market.
KG is the first law firm in Greece that obtains the Great Place to Work® Certification after a thorough evaluation conducted by the organization Great Place to Work® Hellas based on the methodology it follows worldwide. This Certification is based on a direct, confidential and anonymous evaluation of the workplace in which all associates – lawyers and all administrative staff participated. Receiving the Great Place to Work® certification demonstrates that KG offers an extremely high-performance workplace based on trust, teamwork, ethics and dignity as well as provides incentives to our employees, creating thus a high level of engagement, productivity, and efficiency. All these make KG attractive in the legal services labor market.
In recent years KYRIAKIDES GEORGOPOULOS Law Firm has invested significantly and consistently in its human resources and in the cultivation of an excellent work culture. KG has also established high-quality internal procedures in its People Management as well as in the cultivation of a balanced, modern environment; recognized by its employees who, in turn, gave this distinction even from the first evaluation.
KYRIAKIDΕS GEORGOPOULOS Law Firm is a multi-practice business firm and the largest legal practice in Greece with a history of almost 90 years. It started in 1933 and currently employs 103 lawyers and 28 administrative staff. KG is distinguished for the provision of a high level of legal services, while it traditionally represents international clients and multinational companies and organizations in the largest development projects of our country. Its lawyers successfully handle, among others, large and complex transactions, acquisitions and mergers. KG is a market leader, especially in the areas of commercial law, dispute resolution, energy, banking & finance and capital markets, tax law, employment and competition law.