DLA Piper has opened a back office centre in Poland as part of a wider plan to enable 24/7 worldwide support across its business.
The office opened on 1 November and [continued]is currently piloting the transfer of some of its administrative finance, HR, marketing and IT processes from Germany to the Warsaw office. The firm is also transferring some HR administrative work to the new base from the Netherlands.
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