"This year retention rates were 100%."First year trainee, London
"Retention rates are generally good, but as it's a small firm, it generally requires good timing and a bit of luck. For instance, if seven out of seven trainees in a given year all want to qualify into corporate, that is unlikely to happen, but my understanding is that the firm will try to place you somewhere in the firm."First year trainee, London
"The firm generally has quite high retention rates."Second year trainee, London
"Generally retention rates are very high, but as certain teams are very small, it may sometimes depend on how many people want jobs in the same practices."First year trainee, London
"Generally trainee retention is very good. Being a small firm, there are only usually one or two jobs per department, so depends largely on preferences of other members of intake. Firm seems to be good at accommodating and "making room" by creating slightly different roles so that trainees can be retained and business needs can be met."First year trainee, London
"Generally the firm has a very high retention rate, however business demand is the biggest factor and this will determine how many NQ jobs are open in each practice group. The training principal and the firm so make a big effort to keep most of the trainees though."First year trainee, London
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