Dickinson Dees' retention rate plummets to 36 per cent

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  • “This is disappointing but we understand the reasoning and we wish them well for the future. We have 17 trainees joining us in September which will take our total trainee headcount to 32.”

    How exactly is it relevant that 17 (unfortunate) trainees are joining in September?! The effect of barely any NQs is the same: no one is available to do work cheaply and relatively unsupervised, meaning that fees and/or write offs go up, and client satisfaction goes down. Not a very profitable position to be in.

    This statement yet again encapsulates the outstanding ability of Dickinson Dees' management and partners to utterly miss the point.

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  • Is 36% a record?

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