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The shortlist was announced today (26 July) and the team, shortlisted for their work on the critical issues of National Minimum Wage, for the social care sector, in particular,  is in good company, shortlisted alongside ESP Law, Gowling WLG and HRC Law.

The Personnel Today Awards are one of the biggest celebrations of excellence in the HR profession, and the winners will be announced on 21 November 2017, at London's Grosvenor House Hotel.

Matthew Wort, Partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors, said, "Being shortlisted is great recognition for the team.  Making the shortlist recognises the exceptional effort that the employment team puts in to providing excellent client service, pragmatic commercial advice and unique sector insight to our clients who do such a great job in improving lives, communities and society across our key sectors."

Further information

For further information about the work the employment team does, please visit anthonycollins.com or read our latest employment law newsletter.

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