Camerons augments Integreon tie with HR hire

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  • She's got her work cut out. Main thing is to hire lots of integreon finance staff to replace those that've just been made redundant (You know, the ones Duncan went to see begging them to take pay cuts a couple of years back to secure jobs - fat lot of good that did anyone apart from the partners). The management team at Cameron McKenna has lost all credibility and should resign over this episode.

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  • A lawyer in charge of HR? Absolute genius.

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  • I didn't realise Cameron McKenna had a people stategy. Oh, now I remember, 'make them all redundant and outsource to Integreon'. Foolish

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  • Cameron McKenna's management team have shown themselves to be a bunch of jokers. They're more Dick Emery than Jennifer Emery.

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  • Why hire a former lawyer into this role? For the same money (which I am sure will be a lot more than the going rate for an HR director) you could probably get a top level HR Director who has spent their entire career successfully managing and developing people and could bring in some thinking from outside of the legal industry. I have seen quite a few law firms place former lawyers into non legal roles or hire former partners as consultants. I think this stems from the view that as lawyers we believe that we could carry out most business functions better than non lawyers if only we had the time and didn't have to earn fees. What a load of rubbish!

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  • Must be expecting a few employment tribunals...

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