Wragge & Co has made 26 redundancies following the transfer of part of its support function to business process outsourcing (BPO) company Intelligent Office. The firm launched a redundancy consultation in May this year after conducting a review of its back office operations, placing 180 jobs at risk with 30 full-time roles expected to be cut. The review closed in August, with 26 staff members opting for redundancy. The results of the consultation affected PA roles across the firm’s four legal groups: corporate, commercial, finance and projects; real estate; human resources; and disputes.
Wragge & Co has made 26 redundancies following the transfer of part of its support function to business process outsourcing (BPO) company Intelligent Office. The firm launched a redundancy consultation...
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