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This article was published on March 31st, 2014
Two local businesses, County Labels Limited and P R Jones Jewellers are the latest employers to sign up with Thorneycroft Solicitors for the provision of HR & Employment Law services.
Headed up by experienced employment lawyer Mark Bestley, Thorneycrofts’ Employment Team offers an employment retainer scheme that provides a fixed price solution to those employment law headaches.
The annual membership scheme offers a flexible package which can include an audit and updating of all employment documentation and practices, unlimited advice on employment issues as well as a commercial insurance policy providing protection against the legal costs of Employment Tribunal claims and any awards of compensation.
P R Jones Jewellers, who have four stores in and around Cheshire, is the latest business to recognise the value of this service. Owner Michael Jones said ” We are delighted to have this burden removed from our shoulders as it frees up senior management time to actually get on with what we are best at; providing a first class service to our customers.”
County Labels who are located in Adelphi Mill, Bollington were established in 1987 and have experienced substantial growth over the years.
Managing Director Nik Richardson believes that the new arrangement with Thorneycroft Solicitors will enable the business to maintain this progress. He comments “I have always believed that you employ people for their specific skills and knowledge allowing your own managers to get on with developing the business. We are looking forward to a long and fruitful relationship with Thorneycroft”.
If you would like to know more about how Thorneycroft Solicitors employment retainer scheme can benefit your business, please call Mark Bestley on 01625 507571 or email him.
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