Related posts:No related photos. DLA’s fulfilling strategy keeps employeesOn 13 Mar 2001 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Staffturnover at law firm DLA has been reduced by a third following the introductionof a training and development strategy that encourages all employees to developtheir potential.RobertHalton, HR director at DLA, said the company had looked at ways of cuttingstaff turnover after it was formed following a merger between Dipp LuptonBroomhead and Alsop Wilkinson in 1997.Haltonsaid, “Everybody who left the firm was asked why so we could find out how wecould make things better. We did not want people to leave because they wantedto build a career, we wanted people to join because they wanted to build a career.”Hesaid the firm had placed a renewed emphasis on career management that wouldenable everyone in the firm to receive the necessary training to progress. Someonestarting work in the post room could qualify as a solicitor if they had theaptitude, he added.DLAemploys 2,500 staff in the UK and Europe. Comments are closed.