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Macclesfield Solicitor Warns Of Looming Incapacity Crisis

Macclesfield law firm SAS Daniels LLP is supporting a national campaign from Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE), as it warns of a looming incapacity crisis. According to a new report, local residents are amongst those found to be leaving medical and care preferences to chance. The study found 96% of people in the North West… Read more »

The Rules Of Business And HR During The World Cup

With the World Cup starting today Cheshire Law firm, SAS Daniels LLP, has shared its own sporting rules to ensure businesses and employers use the event to boost team morale and not fall foul of staff sick days. Karen Barker, the firm’s head of Employment Law and HR team explains: “There are a number of… Read more »

SAS Daniels LLP Raises Record Amount For Children’s Mental Health Charity

Leading Cheshire law firm, SAS Daniels LLP, has raised over £6,500 for its charity of the year, Visyon. SAS Daniels announced Visyon, a children’s mental health charity, as its charity of the year in 2017. Twelve months on, it has achieved a record-breaking amount, surpassing all its previous fundraising campaigns. Visyon, based in Congleton and… Read more »

Seven Promotions As Law Firm Retains The Region’s Best Legal Talent

Cheshire law firm, SAS Daniels LLP, has made a number of promotions as part of its growth and development strategy. With the North West being the largest legal hub outside of London, the area attracts the highest calibre legal talent. With so many opportunities for career seekers and firms working to recruit the best, SAS… Read more »

High Street Gloom: What Are Your Redundancy Rights?

Following the collapse of Toys R Us, New Look store closures and the end of Maplin, thousands face redundancy, but do you know your redundancy rights? The British high street has faced a tough start to the year, with a number of high-profile store collapses. This now includes ladies’ fashionwear retailer, Select, filing for a… Read more »

Cheshire Solicitor Warns Care Staffing Crisis Is Impacting The Region

A recent report from the National Audit Office (NAO) has revealed that the number of people working in the care industry isn’t meeting the UK’s growing demand, especially with the country’s ageing population. It’s believed a combination of low wages, staff being undervalued and poor career progression are causing an unsustainable care industry, both for… Read more »

Do I Need To Pay Absent Employees On A Snow Day?

The bad weather has hit us hard in the form of heavy snow, courtesy of the Beast from the East and Storm Emma, with road and school closures resulting in employees being unable to make it into work. But what does that mean for businesses whose employees can’t make it into work because of bad… Read more »

British Schools At Breaking Point Due To Funding Issues

Redundancies, disputes and long-term sickness are amongst the list of worries affecting the mental health and wellbeing of school leaders and teaching staff in the Education sector across the UK, amid the funding crisis. According to a survey* of 500 school staff, which was commissioned by leading Cheshire law firm SAS Daniels, British schools are… Read more »