Addleshaws vows: no more drudge work for associates

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  • AG has been really innovative on the HR front with its diversity access scheme and flexible working, which were then taken up by rivals. It is showing again that it is a real leader in it's part of the market

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  • All good in theory but are there sufficient clouds in the sky for all these would be rainmaker associates?

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  • Oh for the utopian vision of a drudgery-free legal career. Not even partnership can deliver that. This is an announcement designed to boost training contract applications from Generation Y-should-I. Don't be fooled.

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  • This is Generation Z's Dead Baby, Zed's Dead.

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  • A revolution! Getting paralegals to do all the hard graft and donkey work? Must go and take to my bed.

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  • Manchester's better than India, but not much

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  • Good to see London Associate's bridging the North/South divide with their enlightened comments. I'll just be off back to my pint, flat cap and whippet....

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  • Because they're going to make them all redundant?

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  • An interesting approach. Let's see if this impacts positively on the hourly rates...

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  • What this really means.
    Getting most of the work done by unqualified cheap drones oop north.
    Sacking most of the over-paid associates dahhn sarf.
    Partners trousering more dosh until clients realise they are paying through the nose for nowt.

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