2019 Employment law facts & figures cards now available
11th March, 2019
Do you want to raise the profile of your law firm with local businesses this year? An easy way to keep your name in front of key clients, contacts, prospects and local employers is with our handy employment law facts & figures cards.
The 2019 edition is now available to order with all the latest information including national minimum wage, statutory sick pay rates, compensation limits and leave entitlement.
The employment cards can be fully branded for your law firm or you can choose from one of the six designs below, customising with your logo, brand colours and contact details.
The employment facts and figures are written and checked by qualified and experienced employment lawyers, so you can rest assured that you are providing the most up-to-date information. This useful giveaway is a simple way to ensure your firm looks proactive and helpful while providing an invaluable quick-reference guide to your business clients.
Your employment cards can be printed and provided as electronic versions, in PDF and HTML format, for you and your clients’ convenience.
Click on the examples below to see sample versions:
What law firms say…
Our employment law facts and figures cards have been a big hit with clients. Here’s what one firm thought of the 2018 cards:
The employment cards have been a hit with our clients as an aide memoir. We sent them all a copy at the start of the financial year and have used them at seminars, exhibitions and as a useful marketing tool.
Berners Marketing were most helpful and efficient throughout the process and able to turn them around quickly when we needed to reorder. I would certainly recommend them for your marketing needs.
Suzanne Wright, Pearson Legal Solicitors and Financial Advisors
If you would like to receive a sample of our employment cards, please click here to request one. Alternatively, you can contact Anjali Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call us on 01785 859 995 to find out more about our content service for employment law.