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Experienced Solicitor Joanna Robson joins Spencers  bourgeoning Employment Law Team

Experienced Solicitor Joanna Robson joins Spencers bourgeoning Employment Law Team

At a time when many businesses are having to face difficult decisions regarding the people that they employ, it’s heartening to see a company that has been active in the recruitment market recently.

Chesterfield based solicitors, Spencers, have added highly regarded employment law solicitor Joanna Robson to their growing Employment Law and HR team which is based at their Head Office on the business park at Spire Walk, just outside the town centre. Joanna joins Spencers from Elliot Mather LLP in Derby. 
Joanna brings with her a wealth of experience in advising both employer and individual clients on all aspects of Employment Law and HR related matters. She began her legal career in the City in 2000 and later ran her own successful, specialist Employment law practice for ten years. 
Spencers Managing Director Rob Landman, said of the firm’s latest recruit:
“We are thrilled that Joanna Robson has agreed to join Spencers Solicitors. Over the past few years our employment law and HR team has enjoyed a growing reputation. We already have an abundance of talented individuals working within the department and someone of Joanna’s calibre is only going to enhance its status still further.”
Of the decision to make such an experienced appointment in the current climate of economic uncertainty, Rob Landman said:
“Recruiting Joanna Robson is not about making any kind of statement. It’s simply the case that our employment law and HR business is growing at such a pace that we need to continue to take on talented individuals to ensure that we maintain the highest level of service to our business and individual clients. In other words, we needed another experienced employment solicitor and thankfully, we’ve been able to recruit one, in Joanna. As the business grows yet further, I’ve no doubts that there will be more new appointments on the cards in the not too distant future.” 

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