Farnworth Rose Solicitors achieves the Investors in People Standard

Here at Farnworth Rose Solicitors, we are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Investors in People Standard. Throughout the years that we have been in operation, it has been our aim to ensure that the development of our people is at the heart of the growth of our business. Achieving the Investors…

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Farnworth Rose golf day raises money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity

We are delighted to announce that the Golf Day 2014, organised by Farnworth Rose solicitors has been a huge success! Held at the picturesque Nelson Golf Club, four teams of representatives from local businesses competed for what can only be described as the prestigious Serious Hackers Invitational Trophy. Farnworth Rose solicitors, Mortgages 65, McParland and Partners, and Petty Estate…

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Do not let last year’s debt give you a New Year hangover

For some, the New Year represents a fresh start. For others it simply brings even more worries over their stretched finances. Historically, the New Year tends to bring a surge of people seeking help with the debt that they have built up. When finances come under pressure from many different sources it is easy to…

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How to avoid the legal hangover of the works Christmas party

The works Christmas party is a time for employees to be merry and employers to beware. Employers look upon the works Christmas party season as an opportunity to recognise their employees’ contributions and efforts throughout the year. They also consider it to be an occasion to assist with team building and boosting staff morale. However,…

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Should I provide an outgoing employee with a reference?

There is no legal requirement for an employer to give an outgoing employee a reference, unless they are in a regulated industry. A regulated industry may include the financial services, banking or the care industry. Whilst a contractual right to a reference is unlikely, an employee may try and negotiate the provision of a reference…

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