Macfarlanes set to cut 15 jobs in second consultation
Macfarlanes has launched a second redundancy consultation with 15 jobs under threat. The consultation, which began yesterday (10 June), is set to affect 14 support staff including secretaries, as well as one professional support lawyer. The bulk of those facing the axe will come from corporate and central resources. Macfarlanes senior partner Charles Martin told Legal Week: "Regrettably this process has happened, principally as a result of market conditions. It also comes with changes to our working practices where secretaries cover more fee earners."
Macfarlanes has launched a second redundancy consultation with 15 jobs under threat.
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