Revealed: Linklaters redundancy package

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Time is money. Or at least, it is for the staff at Linklaters. Time is money. Or at least, it is for the staff at Linklaters. The firm will slash up to 270 jobs in London as part of a strategic programme dubbed ‘Project New World’. The redundancy payments these people receive will be based […]

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