Details emerge of Links associate job cuts
Final details of Linklaters' sweeping redundancy programme are starting to emerge with 14 associates in the firm's banking practice and a further 16 in corporate being selected for redundancy. The numbers have come to light after the firm this week started the second phase of its consultation - informing the individuals concerned of their fate. The number of cuts differs from initial leaked details from the firm which suggested that 19 jobs would go in the London banking practice and 15 in the mainstream corporate practice.
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