400 Team Members!

27th July 2017

We delighted to announce we have recently appointed our 400th team member!

We’re proud to have witnessed dramatic growth over the past five years, having increased our headcount by 345%. In 2012, we had 90 employees and now in August 2017 our headcount stands at over 400.

Since opening our new office in Manchester city centre at the start of the year, we have invested in 29 new team members to support our continued growth.

This year we were was named as a Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work for in 2017, for the second year running, and named by Great Places to Work as one of the Best Workplaces in the UK. We are the only law firm in the country to be included in both lists.

Ed Fletcher, CEO of Fletchers Solicitors, said: “Reaching the 400 team member landmark is a fantastic achievement and coupled with the firm’s recent accolades I’m confident we’re on target for achieving Top 100 law firm status by 2018. As a firm we strive to attract, develop and retain the very best people to not only provide our customers with a fantastic service, but also further our leadership within the medical negligence, serious injury and motorbike accident sectors.”

We believe it takes a strong team working together to build something great and we work hard to make sure Fletchers is a place where people enjoy coming to work!

 

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  • IIP - Investors in People
  • The Sunday Times Top 100 - Best Companies To Work For 2016
  • The Investors In People Awards 2016 - Winner
  • The Legal 500 - Leading Firm 2015
  • The Law Society - Clinical Negligence
  • The Lawyer UK200 - Listed Firm 2015
  • Top Ranked Leading Individual - Chambers UK 2019