Speaking exclusively to AccountancyAge.com, Buckley said the firm was looking at ‘staff utilisation’ at the branch, which employs 100 people, and admitted the numbers would be slightly reduced.
However, he dismissed rumours of 60 job losses at the office as ‘mischief’ adding that the firm was engaged in major restructuring and was recruiting heavily in Birmingham, the Thames Valley, Scotland, the North East and the North West.
‘We are a growing business – an example of that is the 18% headcount rise we have witnessed in the North East alone in recent months,’ added Buckley.It is unclear what levels and areas will be affected by the cut.
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