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Norton Rose to offer four day week to partners

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  • Part time pay, full time work

    Come on now. We all know what they really mean is reduced pay for the same hours. Hands up who's going to be the one that isn't in the office when that urgent new instruction comes through?

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  • Good PR

    £10k for deferring trainees and the avoidance of redundancies? Am I missing the evil side of Norton Rose?

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  • norton rose

    what they mean is, more people keep their jobs, less people out of work - and if you lose your job now, you lose it for years not months!!!. Stop complaining and thank them for helping you. It is a great scheme and one to be commended. You cant count the pennies if you are not earning any!! And to the guy/girl who keeps banging on about there being no one in the office when a client calls, get real, ofcourse there will be, no one was ever indispensable. And to the guy/girl complaining about maybe taking a call on a friday when they officially work monday - thursday, so you prefer no job then???

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  • Lucky

    You should all feel lucky that Norton Rose is looking to implement this scheme as opposed to making straight forward redundancies. Most working people outside of law are not getting the same luxury as the Norton Rose staff!




























    So please - stop winging!!!

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  • Be thankful for small mercies

    Its already floating around on the internet. Apparently on some website which publishes leaks from companies, governments, etc..

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