Eversheds begins fifth redundancy round with up to 100 jobs set to go
Eversheds has begun its fifth round of redundancies in two years, with up to 100 roles under review as the firm prepares to outsource back office functions to Accenture. A consultation process has already begun which could affect 100 jobs in finance and human resources across Eversheds' Birmingham, Cardiff and Leeds offices. Over the next 12 months, Accenture is likely to assume responsibility for Eversheds' HR support services and administration, general accounting functions, billing and collections, and business processes involved from procurement to payment.
Eversheds has begun its fifth round of redundancies in two years, with up to 100 roles under review as the firm prepares to outsource back office functions to Accenture.
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