Roythornes is a progressive, market leading firm and to continue our ambitious plans for growth we need the best people.
At Roythornes we put our people first; as a result many of today’s partners trained with the firm and are now involved in managing one of the UK’s top 150 law firms. The development of our staff into future leaders has been one of the key reasons for our impressive track record and we aim to continue to ‘grow organically from within’.
We regularly feature in the Legal 500, in particular for our skills in the agricultural sector, where we have been a consistently ‘first tier’ firm. Other teams are also mentioned for their work, including our litigation team:
‘Standout regional firm’ Roythornes Solicitors houses an ‘excellent’ team, which assists farmers, landowners and high-net-worth individuals with a range of contentious matters such as proprietary estoppel claims and Inheritance Act disputes’ (Legal 500 2017)
We aim to offer great benefits for staff at all levels. We continually review and consider new ways of enhancing our benefits package to meet the needs of our employees such as ...
Membership of the firm’s personal pension plan up to 4% matching contributions
Personal health insurance: non-contributory benefit of up to 75% of your income (less State benefits) for a period of up to three years in the event of serious and long term illness (subject to indemnity being accepted by the firm’s insurer)
Group life assurance: non-contributory benefit, cover equal to three times annual salary
Private health scheme: non-contributory benefit for employees, plus an option to purchase cover for your partner
Cycle to work scheme
Long service awards programme which recognises 10, 15, 20 and 25 years of employment
Discounted legal fees following one year’s employment up to £1,250
Free car parking spaces at most offices
Spalding: qualified reflexologist/masseur visits the office for subsidised sessions every week; dry cleaning drop off and pick up and the convenience of a car valet service while you are at work
Learning and development support for professional qualifications including; Word accreditation; agri academy; bursary scheme; training contracts; apprenticeships and routes to legal executives or solicitors.
23 days for support staff, increasing to 25 days after five years' service
25 days for fee earners
+ eight days for bank holidays
+ one day company shutdown at Christmas for all staff
An extra two days added in the year of your 10th, 15th, 20th, 25th work anniversary
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