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Staffordshire solicitors Bowcock & Pursaill were founded in 1927 and act for clients in Staffordshire and throughout the country. We have a reputation for specialising in tax planning, trusts, wealth management, residential, agricultural and commercial property, corporate and commercial services and provide all the other services you would expect from a modern, progressive law firm.

We provide practical and straightforward legal advice to private, public and commercial clients. We listen carefully to their needs and concerns and use this knowledge to provide the best advice for them.

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We’re recruiting! Part-time and/or full-time Legal Secretary wanted

Part-time and/or full-time Legal Secretary

Owing to successful business expansion, we are now recruiting for a part-time and/or full-time Legal Secretary to support our busy, fast paced Family/Matrimonial Department.

The successful candidate will demonstrate the following:

Strong secretarial skills and an ability to work under pressure and prioritise demands
Good time management/organisational skills
Excellent attention to detail with the ability to achieve thoroughness and accuracy when accomplishing a task

Your duties will…

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National Minimum Wage Rise – An Employer’s Guide

According to the government the National Minimum Wage Act 1998 ‘provides essential protection for our lowest paid workers’. ACAS state that the National Minimum Wage (NMW) is the minimum pay per hour most workers are entitled to by law.

This framework is reviewed annually by the Low Pay Commission, with new rates set to take effect from 1 April 2019, so it’s important that business owners take those necessary steps now to comply with this updated legislation, says Bowcock…

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We’re recruiting! Part-time and/or full-time Legal Secretary wanted

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19/03/2019

National Minimum Wage Rise – An Employer’s Guide

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19/02/2019

Change of planning rules for farm buildings and housing conversions

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