Sutherland will shift from lockstep associate compensation to a performance-based system in January.

Sutherland’s roughly 175 associates will be grouped into three tiers — junior, mid-level and senior — with advancement and pay increases pegged to their mastery of various skills. In the lockstep system, associates advance as a class, based on their start dates, and receive the same base salary, plus merit bonuses.

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