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Chadbourne hiring freeze as recession bites

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  • We can all read between your lines

    Bravo You have publicised excerpts from a confidential internal memo. But just what purpose does this serve. Please don't try to moralise with us that people need to know or cite freedom of the press. You really should question whether placing this information in the wider public domain is helpful to the people working at C&P, to the company itself or merely a sensationalist news story that by selective quotations briefly serve your own ends, but adds to peoples concerns rather than helping.

    Did you not receive a similar memo from your company in the last recession? Do you really think that this is the only such memo now or will be the last? We can all read between the lines selectively edited or not. We know what is about to come. This is not 'news' nor information it is sensationalism not journalism.

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  • Yawn

    'Sensationalist' this isn't! It's not sensational at all. It's dull. All firms will be looking to probably carry out similar cost cutting exercises in the next 12 months - standard practice. The main interesting point is that it has incurred the wrath of one individual, the MP of C&P perhaps? Doubtful.

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  • Not too hot, not too cold

    ...and I think this is just right.

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  • We can all read between the lines?

    "Bravo You have publicised excerpts from a confidential internal memo." Err, well if someone from WITHIN the firm hadn't leaked it, then it would't have been a problem, would it?

    Journalists report on events and facts and this is the case here. So, if I were C&P I'd be more worried about keeping my own house in order before throwing stones. Having staff brief against your own firm hardly fills one with confidence, does it now?

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