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Dickie Dees welcomes two to partnership in promos round

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  • That is good news for the individuals concerned and about time. New blood in the partnership ranks is exactly what Dixon Dees needs.

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  • I'm surprised that they haven't made up anyone at their London office.

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  • what the heck does "director" mean anyway...?

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  • Anon 1:49 - I heard Dixon Dees made up their whole London office in 2009.

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  • In 2009 in the majority of departments there were more partners than assistants. That's why they had to invent the new position of director.

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  • I believe Dickeson Dees ininitially planned to retain the conventional title of partner for those who were to be promoted. They then planned to promote existing partners to "Megapartners". This was abaondoned due to so-called "practical difficulties" (did not want to spend money changing so many business cards).

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  • With a PEP of £187,000 you wonder what the new partners and directors must be earning?

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  • Stop knocking them. Quality outfit, quality firm, quality people. Making great progress in the London office. If they crack that and Middlesborough they've got all key markets well and truly covered.

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  • Presumably no one told them the amount they will need to pay into he partnership in order to try and bolster the equity partners' PEP means that they will be taking home less than the directors. Still, at least the firm has taken the next step towards its goal of a workforce comprising entirely of partners.

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  • Two partner promotions in over three years - is this the UK's tightest partnership?

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