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Workplace wellbeing and your business

Today (10th October 2018) is World Mental Health day. October also plays host to National Work Life Week and so this month employers are being encouraged to focus on well-being in the workplace and work-life balance. Our employment specialist Camille Renaudon explains some key concepts and considerations. According to the charity Working Families who host…

Hibberts Solicitors supports local farmers at the Cheshire Ploughing Match

Hibberts had another great day at the Cheshire Ploughing Match on Wednesday 26 September in Plumley. It’s a fantastic opportunity for the team to get out and spend time with current and prospective clients. Probate solicitor Karen Witter was joined by colleagues and agricultural solicitors John Gibbons and Oliver Lewis for the day. Karen said:…

Home workers, lone workers and remote workers – what employers need to know

As a new study reveals 54 per cent of commuters use their train wi-fi to carry out work tasks from calls to emails, the debate around employment issues such as working hours and flexible working continue to make headlines. According to recent research, remote working is considered one of most important perks by jobseekers, beating…

Hibberts awarded top quality mark seven years in a row

Hibberts Solicitors have been awarded the mark of excellence by the Law Society for the home buying process – the Conveyancing Quality Scheme Accreditation. This is the seventh year Hibberts Solicitors have secured this high standard which is only awarded following a comprehensive assessment process which includes compulsory training, random audits and annual reviews. Stewart…

Hibberts make a splash at Overwater RNLI Festival & Raft Race

It was a case of sink and swim recently for Hibberts Solicitors when we entered two teams into the Overwater RNLI Festival & Raft Race at Audlem. While one of our raft teams consisting of firm partners Camille Renaudon, Chris Boundy and fellow team mates Tom Bailey and Alison Beardmore stormed the field to take…

Opening an online shop? Your legal requirements

Whether you’re starting a brand new business or you’re an established retailer, taking your business online offers an exciting growth opportunity. But before you set up and sell, make sure you know your legal obligations when it comes to distance and online selling. Dealing with customers online exclusively, offering products and/or services, can have lower…

Exciting opportunity for a Family Solicitor / Legal Executive

  Hibberts LLP are a Legal 500 Firm with offices in Cheshire and Shropshire who have been providing legal services to Clients dating back to 1799. We are offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced Solicitor/Legal Executive to join the Family team at our Nantwich Office. The ideal candidate will have experience in all aspects…

Legal support for carers

Last month during Carers Week charities called on communities, health care professionals, employers, and the wider public to support carers to get connected to health and wellbeing services and support. Research conducted revealed the toll that caring can take on many carers’ own health, with over half of UK carers saying they expect their physical…

Hibberts – another year of support for Nantwich Show

We will again be sponsoring the annual Nantwich Show which takes place on Wednesday July 25th on the showground at Dorfold Park. With more than 450 trade stands and 10 hours of attractions in the main ring ranging from heavy horse displays to motorcycle stunt shows, vintage cars and dog obedience demonstrations, Nantwich Show is…

Ageism in the workplace – practical steps to avoid age discrimination

Since the abolition of the Default Retirement Age in 2011, there has been an increased rise in the number of over 65 year old’s found in the workplace and this is set to continue. With more than 50% of over 50’s planning to work beyond their state pension age, the potential for age discrimination is…