Dundas asks staff to take unpaid leave as revenues and PEP fall
Dundas & Wilson has asked its staff to consider taking unpaid leave after the firm posted an 11.8% drop in revenues for the financial year. Turnover at the big four Scots firm fell to £66m from the previous year's figure of £74.8m, while the firm's profits per equity partner dropped by 20% from last year's figure of £385,000 to a new mark of £308,000.
Dundas & Wilson has asked its staff to consider taking unpaid leave after the firm posted an 11.8% drop in revenues for the financial year.
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