Littler Mendelson, the nation’s largest labor and employment firm, is one of the latest big firms to announce pay cuts for attorneys and staff in response to economic uncertainty from the pandemic. The salary reductions will range from 4% to 20%, with equity shareholders taking the largest cuts.

While Littler is not laying off or furloughing any employees, it will cut pay by 50% on June 5 for staff who are unable to work remotely, the firm said in a statement Tuesday.

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