Taylor Wessing has ended its reduced hours and pay programme early, as part of a wider curtailment of its COVID-19 financial measures, but is mulling “a small number” of voluntary redundancies.

No compulsory redundancies have taken place as a result of the pandemic, the firm said on Wednesday. However a spokesperson added that the firm has been in discussions with a “small number” of U.K. staff whose roles cannot be performed remotely concerning a voluntary leavers programme. 

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