Forty-five Halliwells trainees who were due to start their training contracts during the coming year have had their offers terminated in the wake of the firm's asset sale. The trainees spread across three intakes in August this year and January and June 2011 were informed on Monday (19 July) that their training contracts have been cancelled. They will be able to reapply to the purchasing firms through the normal recruitment process, but with no guarantee of the original commitment being honoured.
Forty-five Halliwells trainees who were due to start their training contracts during the coming year have had their offers terminated in the wake of the firm's asset sale. The trainees, spread across...
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