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Employment Solicitor

Employment Solicitor

  • We are offering an excellent opportunity for an Employment Solicitor or HR Advisor to join our professional yet welcoming organisation.
  • Due to our success and to meet the demands of our growing client base, we require an Employment Solicitor or HR Advisor to provide a diverse local, regional and national client base with support, guidance and education on all employment law matters.
  • The role requires the candidate to be confident in giving accurate tailored advice on a wide range of employment and HR issues over the telephone and via email.
  • You must have a comprehensive knowledge of employment law and HR issues.
  • Our employment team represents a variety of clients across a broad spectrum of industry sectors.

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