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This article was published on November 14th, 2014
It is just over 12 months since Thorneycroft Solicitors launched their HR and employment law retainer service for local employers. In that time they have signed up an impressive collection of companies across Cheshire, Derbyshire and South Manchester, who have taken advantage of this new service. In the last few weeks this number has been swelled further by the addition of a further three new clients.
Two of these companies, Congleton Engineering Ltd of Congleton and Mactech Europe Ltd of Macclesfield , are part of the same group. When Ian Beckenham of Mactech acquired Congleton Engineering in early 2014 he wanted to harmonise the employment conditions across both businesses. He was recommended to the Thorneycroft service by Michael Jones of P R Jones Jewellers, who themselves had been using the Thorneycroft Employment Team for some time.
Ian comments: “Having heard very favourable feedback about Thorneycroft, we found that the package available with them was a very natural fit for us”.
Karen Mycock of Mycocks Ltd of Buxton is the third new retainer client recently. The plumbing, heating and building services business wanted a cost effective, professional HR service that gave their management peace of mind. Karen Mycock commented:
“We already had a close relationship with a number of the Thorneycroft team and we recognised the value that they could bring to our organisation”.
If you want to know more about Thorneycroft Solicitors HR and employment law service please contact us on 01625 507571 / 07825 081856 or email Mark Bestley.
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