Bond Dickinson to cut 7% of support staff in post-merger redundancies
Bond Dickinson has launched a redundancy consultation which could see up to 7% of its support staff made redundant. According to the firm, Bond Dickinson is currently discussing a proposal to review its support teams following a duplication of roles brought about as a result of the 1 May merger between legacy firms Bond Pearce and Dickinson Dees. Should the proposal be accepted, around 7% of support staff would lose their jobs, with the firm confirming that voluntary redundancy enhancements have been offered to all affected staff.
Bond Dickinson has launched a post-merger redundancy consultation which could see up to 7% of its support staff made redundant.
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