Santa brings early news of new jobs as law firm calls increase

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16 December 2014


Several new jobs at Moneypenny ahead of Christmas

Father Christmas had a sackful of early special gifts to deliver when he stopped off at telephone answering specialist Moneypenny with yuletide news of 100 new jobs.

Moneypenny currently answers telephone calls for over 900 law firms of all sizes with five new dedicated legal teams already added in 2014 to meet the growing needs of the sector for both overflow and fully outsourced call handling support.

Bernadette Bennett, commercial manager for the legal sector at Moneypenny explains:

“These are exciting times as we experience business growth across all areas; creating many new opportunities. Legal remains our largest sector and as call volumes to our dedicated legal teams continue to rise, we will see new receptionists joining us as part of a major recruitment drive.

“As more and more firms partner with us to ensure they never miss a call, it’s vital that our recruitment process keeps pace with the growth of the business. We always overstaff to ensure we never compromise on the quality of our service so look forward to welcoming new additions to our legal team in the new year.”

 



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