Sintons supports staff with cost of living bonus


Law firm Sintons is supporting its staff through the cost of living crisis with a £1,000 bonus for each of its employees.

As fuel bills and basic living costs continue to rise, combined with the additional pressure of the increases in interest rates, families across the country are facing mounting financial challenges.

Mindful of the situation its employees face, Sintons is making a £1,000 one-off payment to everyone in the firm to help them weather the economic storm.

The significant contribution will be paid in the October payroll.

Christopher Welch, managing partner of Sintons, said the firm’s continued strong performance and ongoing growth is testament to the hard work of everyone in the business – and that he and the rest of the partners are keen to repay that dedication and commitment with timely support around the rising cost of living.

“The increased costs that everyone is facing, and the challenges that this will cause in the months ahead is extremely worrying, and we are acutely aware of the concern this will cause many people within the business,” he said.

“Sintons is the firm it is because of our people, and we genuinely take the view that we are all in it together and will therefore always do whatever we can to support our team. We are well  known for being a responsible and caring business and we want our staff to know we appreciate them and want to help in any way we can.

“We are sure that this payment of £1,000 will go some way to meeting the rising costs and pressures they face in these uncertain times, and will help to alleviate some of the anxieties which many people currently have.

“Our colleagues continue to excel in their efforts and commitment to making Sintons the trusted, first-rate law firm it is, and we are very pleased to be able to provide support in this way.”


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