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Ashurst's NQ retention rate falls to 70 per cent

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  • It would be interesting to know how many of the qualified trainees staying not being kept on are men, with Ashurst one of those firms hot on female targets

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  • 50% of the trainees who were let go were female, and 50% were male...I don't know what you were suggesting but the "female targets" are not affecting the way trainees are treated and only mean that Ashurst is trying to help people with families staying at the firm...

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