Bond Dickinson cuts 5% of support staff roles following merger
Bond Dickinson has concluded its post-merger redundancy consultation, with fewer than 25 employees now expected to lose their jobs. In August, the firm said around 7% of the support staff positions - equivalent to 35 posts - could be made redundant. Managing partner Jonathan Blair (pictured, right) said at the time that the job losses were caused by the merger of legacy firms Bond Pearce and Dickinson Dees, which had "inevitably" created "some areas of duplication".
Bond Dickinson has concluded its post-merger redundancy consultation, with fewer than 25 employees now expected to lose their jobs.
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