Wragge & Co launches redundancy consultation with 30 at risk

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  • Apologies that my grammar is not up to scratch, I cry myself to sleep about this every night.
    On the other hand I laugh through most of the day as lawyers moan to the theme of "I wish it could be as it has always been".
    A open eyed view outwith the doors of your respective firms will find that the majority of businesses have had to abandon the way that things have been for many years prior to the downturn. We should be no different from our clients in exploring ways to become more efficient and cost effective, these ways may not always prove to be effective but it is better to try, than to moan that things are not like the once were as your firm goes down the tubes.
    The key difference to the majority of our clients who will be more open to change and effective at applying those changes is that the staff and management of those businesses will have varied skill sets, expertise and experiences to apply to their problems, whereas the management of law firms is often limited to legal ability at the expense of other complimentary skills.
    I will try to improve my grammar on future posts, thank you for you're feedback...

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  • Why don't they outsource the partners and keep the PA's and secretary's? Surely that will allow the PA's to develop much more easily and put the company in the vanguard of 21st century working practices.

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