CMS Cameron McKenna and Dundas to cut 60 jobs
CMS Cameron McKenna and Dundas & Wilson have entered into redundancy consultations, with up to 60 jobs at risk, in the lead-up to their planned merger in May.
Dundas & Wilson may cut 40 of its support roles, and CMS Cameron McKenna could lose 20, including from its third-party suppliers Integreon, Initial and Xerox.
A CMS spokesperson said: “This merger brings benefits to our clients and the majority of our staff, but as with any combination it is regrettably to be expected that there are some duplication of roles resulting in redundancy.
”This is an unsettling time for those potentially impacted and we will be doing our best to support them over the coming weeks.”