Wilkin Chapman to give £1k to 350+ employees

Wilkin Chapman to give £1k to 350+ employees

Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire law firm Wilkin Chapman is awarding £1,000 to its staff to help with the cost of living.

The sum, coming in addition to pay reviews and performance bonus decisions, “will go some way to help with the unprecedented increase in the cost of living”, according to the firm, which employs 46 partners and more than 330 members of staff in Grimsby, Lincoln, Beverley, Louth and Horncastle.

Wilkin Chapman has introduced agile working in recent months to help employees and offers an extensive employee assistance programme that includes a range of wellbeing initiatives, a comprehensive healthcare scheme, and other benefits such as alternative therapy treatments.

Robin Simmonds (pictured), chief executive officer at Wilkin Chapman, commented “It’s been a challenging few years, and now with the burden of increased cost of living, we’re making this payment to help our people combat rising prices.”

“This payment reflects our concern for the challenges being faced by everyone in our business and although this will not mitigate the national economic climate, we hope it will go some way towards helping our Wilkin Chapman family in the months ahead.”

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