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Rachel Dolman
Secretary

What led you to apply to Wrigleys for your role?

I was approached by a recruitment consultant who knew of my intentions to return to the legal sector following a break whilst I raised my family. They could not have spoken more highly of Wrigleys and so having done a little research on the company website I was impressed and also happy to spot some familiar faces! I was delighted to put myself forward for a role, even more so when I was called for an interview.

What sets Wrigleys apart from other places that you have worked?

The difference starts from the minute you walk through the front door with the warm welcome you receive. Since day one, everyone has made a real effort to make me feel included. There is a great team spirit which, in my opinion, derives from working for a firm that is set on delivering a more personal service to its clients. Regardless of the individual's role or job title, everyone is very friendly and approachable.

How would you sum up working at Wrigleys?

It immediately felt like I was working amongst friends. There is a positive atmosphere, support is always forthcoming and the entire team works cohesively and cooperatively. It feels like a good place to be.

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