Pinsent Masons Hong Kong designated a Caring Company for fifth consecutive year

08 Mar 2012 | 10:23 am |

International law firm Pinsent Masons has been recognised as a Caring Company by The Hong Kong Council of Social Service for the fifth year in a row. The distinction is awarded to companies that have shown caring for the community, environment, and for employees over the course of a year.

Pinsent Masons' accomplishments of note in these arenas include:

  • caring for the community through participation in The Lighthouse Club Mt. Kinabalu Charity Climb
  • caring for the environment through the firms robust waste reduction effort
  • caring for the employees by participating in the annual work life balance week organised by the Community Business

In the past year, employees participated in Sedan Chair Race, Hong Chi Central Plaza Stair Climb, Stanley Dragon boat Competition and the Engage Community Services Programme.  The firm also received the Certificate of Citizenship by the Community Business, and the Corporate Partnership Award by the Tung way Group of Hospitals in 2011.

Vincent Connor, Pinsent Masons' Head of Hong Kong Office said, "It is an honor to be recognized, once again, as a Caring Company by an organization like The Hong Kong Council of Social Service . We hope to give back even more to the community in the future. "

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