At Aspiria, we believe in not just finding jobs for our candidates but in sculpting success stories. Today, we are honoured to share a remarkable journey from one of our candidates, highlighting the unwavering support and commitment we offer.
Salaries within the legal market in Exeter have shot up over the past three years since the pandemic… but is this sharp rise in salaries starting to plateau?
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As we move into the new financial year, I wanted to look back at the past 12 months and reflect on the legal recruitment market here in Devon.
3 months is considered average amongst the majority of the UK workforce, but for industries (like law) 6 months is considered an average amount of time.
Two years ago, one of my candidates had to deal with a very tough study fee claw-back agreement, which almost prevented her from leaving the law firm she’d qualified at, even though she was very excited about the new role I’d secured her.
Restrictive covenants are something that can often cause worry for candidates looking to move from one law firm to another… but just how enforceable are these agreements?
The question of why Solicitors are paid more than Chartered Legal Executives comes to me time and time again, when recruiting into the legal sector.
I recently spoke to a Trainee Solicitor, who is currently working within the London office of an American law firm. She’s enjoying her training there but is looking to relocate to Devon in the next few months.
One question I get asked by nearly every candidate I work with since the pandemic is “what hybrid-working is available?” at firms in Exeter.
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