Sunday, June 26, 2022

Employment law specialist joins Sills & Betteridge LLP

Sills & Betteridge LLP has welcomed Aleksandra Flack as an associate solicitor to its employment law team this month in a move which will benefit employers, public sector organisations, charities, HR professionals and employees across the region.

She provides assistance and advice on all aspects of employment law and has considerable experience and a very successful track record of representing clients in Employment Tribunal proceedings where she has negotiated many favourable and significant settlements, for both employees and employers.

Additionally, Aleks delivers bespoke training to HR professionals and managers, and is a popular event speaker.

Stephen Britton, head of employment law, is delighted with the appointment: “Aleks is a perfect addition to the team. She has a high level of expertise and her energy, enthusiasm and genuine passion for putting the client first really shines through.”

For Aleks the position represents an exciting new opportunity: “I am really excited to start my role at Sills & Betteridge Solicitors and look forward to supporting businesses and individuals with the employment-related matters and challenges they face. Sills & Betteridge is a well-established firm that puts clients first and I am delighted to be part of its ambitious plans for the future.”

The firm has grown significantly over the last 5 years through organic and acquired growth, and now has 15 offices and over 330 partners and staff.

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