In-house career progression is a well-known bugbear for lawyers, which is why, as we reveal today, EDF Energy has overhauled its career development structure.
The energy giant has responded to calls from its lawyers for a more transparent system mirroring the private practice model, coming up with a new assessment structure for its in-house team (see here for the full story).
Head of legal for nuclear new build Chris Hamill led the revamp and after tapping firms for advice, came up with four levels combining in-house and private practice criteria.
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