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WORKSPHERE commended by FT Innovative Lawyers Awards 2017

06 October 2017

Lewis Silkin’s comprehensive HR service WORKSPHERE has been commended in the FT Innovative lawyers 2017: New Products and Services category.

The FT received a record 1006 submissions and nominations making it the most competitive ranking to date. Worksphere was listed within the top seven for innovative new products and services.’

Established in 2016, Worksphere sits seamlessly alongside the firm’s already market-leading employment law practice. Worksphere  offers a range of services to employers ranging from training and audits to investigations and grievance mediation. The offerings have been designed to meet the needs of both current clients as well as employers requiring specific independent services.

Emma Richardson, Director of Worksphere says:

“I’m delighted that our hard work in establishing Worksphere has been recognised. We set up Worksphere one year ago following client demand and it has been a real team effort in getting Worksphere where it is today. We see this as a real stamp of approval for the quality of our work.’

Click here for the full rankings: http://rankings.ft.com/innovativelawyers/rankings

or click here to read about Worksphere’s commendation: http://rankings.ft.com/innovativelawyers/lewis-silkin

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