Greedy associates care. They care about pay, perks, andprestige, and whether their firm is as hot as the competition. On line,they post the latest in salaries, bonuses, mergers, and layoffs, withinternet links to news stories announcing major law firm changes.

Greedy associates kvetch. They complain when they have to spendLabor Dayin the office while their partners enjoy the weekend. And they complainwhen the partners are in the office: “Which is worse: knowing the partnerfor whom you are working is enjoying his Labor Day with his family, orhaving him hovering to make sure you are working diligently on his project?”

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