‘Managers have to be good listeners - it really pays off’
This week, we meet John Larkin of William Fry
John Larkin is the newly appointed chairman of William Fry. Established in Dublin in 1847, William Fry is among Ireland’s oldest law firms. It employs 450 people in Dublin and overseas offices in Britain and the US. William Fry advises on legal and tax matters in Ireland. It has created 70 jobs this year and will recruit for 60 further positions in 2017.
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