What a difference a day makes

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  • Nice if you can afford it ...

    For many folks the idea of a four day week on 85% of a decent 'wedge' is nice. However for support staff, with children and chld care committments etc, who barely get by on 100% of salary, and for whom this is not a 'life choice' then this may be worse than redudancy. I read all of the posts on this and similar sites and hear all the lawyers 'bleeding' (only 1 new car this year!) and cannot help but feel that for certain people the options are easier than for others. Better than losing your job I guess, but really hard for some folks who will find this very difficult to manage. Still, as long as short term PEP is held up ... As equity Partners you take the risk, not shaft more poorly paid staff. Never heard of saving?

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  • May forget cuts

    Unlike Ms Griffiths, the rest of us aren't so flattered with cheap champagne and canapes given at Linklaters functions. I doubt anyone will forget: (i) 'Linklaters New World', aka P45! and (ii) David Cheyne thinking clients might not actually want lower rates.

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