Law Firm Welcomes New Head Of People And Culture

Law Firm Welcomes New Head Of People And Culture
Law Firm Welcomes New Head Of People And Culture

Pepperells Solicitors, who have an office in have welcomed Craig Day to the firm in the newly established role of Head of People and Culture.

The new role will support Directors and Heads of Service in championing the values of the firm, supporting colleagues through their development and implementing new welfare and culture opportunities for their teams.

Craig joins Pepperells following a successful career as a serving Policeman, culminating in leadership and change management roles.

Craig has managed high-performing teams for over ten years, often in extremely emotional situations. He has excellent communication skills and the ability to make critical decisions under pressure whilst demonstrating practical leadership methods.

Craig said;

“I am delighted to be working with the rapidly growing team at Pepperells Solicitors. I am passionate about developing a positive culture in the workplace and have many years of experience in supporting teams with wellbeing initiatives and talent management. I am looking forward to being part of the continued success of this modern and fast-paced law firm.“

Ben Pepperell, CEO said;

“Craig will play a pivotal role in the continued growth of the organisation by developing our unique high-performing culture and positive employee experience. This will be a standalone position reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer, working closely with the leadership team to develop our people, culture and values of the firm.”

Pepperells Solicitors are a fast-paced, modern, full-service firm offering legal solutions in practice areas of , Residential Property, Corporate and Commercial Services, Criminal Defence, Civil Matters, Contentious and Wills & Probate.

For more information, call 01522 717410 or visit www.pepperells.com



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