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Littler Mendelson Moving Administrative Jobs to Kansas City
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Summary: The law firm of Littler Mendelson has announced that it will move 275 administrative jobs to Kansas City. 

Littler Mendelson PC has announced that it will move 275 administrative jobs to Kansas City, according to a report from The Kansas City Business Journal.

  
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The firm will consolidate its 33 administrative offices at Crown Center.

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Tom Bender, the co-president and co-managing partner of the firm, said the following:

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“We looked at virtually every major U.S. city in the Central and Mountain time zones, as well as San Francisco. It was an exhaustive process. What drove it a lot was client service. What’s the best way to do it. And we got to Kansas City, and (we liked) the supply, the quality, the diversity of the work force, the fact that it is a Central time zone and our offices are spread across the entire U.S. The cost structure was something else to consider, but those other factors really gave Kansas City the edge.”

Bender said that leaders from the firm met with officials from the Kansas City Area Development Council, the Missouri Department of Economic Development, The Missouri Partnership and Mayor Sly James before making the decision.



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“We really got what I would consider Grade A service and hospitality in every aspect of our dealings with them, so we’ve been very pleased with that,” Bender said.

The law firm is going to offer all of its staff the chance to relocate.

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Source: Kansas City Business Journal



 

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