Fletchers Solicitors
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Fletchers Solicitors Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Alex Hatchman
  • Founded
    1987
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    £5m to £25m
  • Industry
    Law Firms
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Assistant Litigation Executive (MNSIU017)

Manchester

£18,000 - £22,000 a year
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3 days ago

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Junior Litigation Executive (MN048)

Manchester

£17,000 - £19,000 a year
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3 days ago

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Road Traffic Accident Litigation Executive (Paralegal) PIN026

Southport

£23,000 - £25,000 a year
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3 days ago

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Costs Budget Team Supervisor (UCO015)

Southport

£40,000 a year
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9 days ago

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Litigation Executive/RTA Fee Earner (PIN061)

Southport

£21,000 a year
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12 days ago

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Business Analyst (STT002)

Manchester

£35,000 - £38,000 a year
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18 days ago

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Litigation Executive/Snr Paralegal/NQ Solicitor (MN042)

Manchester

£24,000 - £35,000 a year
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27 days ago

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Financial Accountant (FIN020)

Southport

£45,000 a year
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26 days ago

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Litigation Executive/Fee Earner (PIN033)

Southport

£21,000 - £23,000 a year
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30 days ago

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Litigation Executive (MNMT079)

Manchester

£24,000 - £35,000 a year
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30+ days ago

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Senior Litigation Paralegal – (MNFT003)

Southport

£24,000 a year
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30+ days ago

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Rating overview

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Reviews

Senior Solicitor in Southport
on 26 February 2020
More interested in making money than looking after clients
Management need to focus on the important aspects of the work which is client care, they are too concerned about public image and getting accolades for being good employer which is simply a farce. Many good qualified solicitors have been and gone due to lack of progress and abysmal management decision making.
Analyst in Manchester City Centre, Greater Manchester
on 21 February 2020
Well supported
I haven't worked in this field before but I have been so well supported by the nursing team. All the people within the wider office are so friendly and been so welcoming. The salary is on the low side but the work/life balance I've now achieved is priceless. I don't feel stressed and don't take my work home with me. Really flexible company and lots of paid social events.
Helper/Assistant in Southport, Merseyside
on 5 January 2020
Un-organised
The initial interview seemed so promising and I was really looking forward to the job even though the pay is v basic. The induction day was OK and made a lot of claims about being a great place to work. However, once I was in my workplace it was disappointing as the security/IT side often played up and it made it so difficult to do a good job and to complete the ongoing training requirements and access other relevant information. The supervision/support was patchy and inconsistent: Different people giving different sets of advice about how to do the job. The worst part of the job though was the unkind atmosphere in the workplace itself. The staff were often unkind about other employees when they left the room - this just finished me off as I really couldn't cope with the vibe in the particular room I worked in. Perhaps in other departments this is not case but I really started dreading going into work. All things considered, I decided to leave.
Administrator in Southport, Merseyside
on 23 December 2019
Avoid
The worst place I have ever worked.It has a school like feel to it,Bullying by management and other staff members used like puppets to manipulate.I can assure you that if you work here,it will make you feel like a robot.PLEASE AVOID.I can't wait to find another job
Administrator in Southport, Merseyside
on 16 October 2019
Not recommended
I worked here for years and seen the place just get worse. Management treated us badly it was like a blame culture all of the time. It was stressful and had so many people feeling down. The higher up or more important people thought they were the worse you got treated. The gossip in that building is unbearable, you cannot be friends with anyone without there being gossip attached. The pay isn't great either for the work you put in and the bonus you can get is set by higher up on how many people can earn the higher amounts, they force it to be knocked down if too many people earn the higher amounts, so you can never do well even if you try. I wouldn't work here.
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