China's Yingke Reduces Lawyer Performance Targets Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
Individual revenue targets for all of the firm's lawyers were reduced by 20%, but the firm says it remains confident it will achieve a 30% increase in firmwide revenue this year.
China’s Yingke Law Firm will implement a series of programs, including a reduction of lawyers’ individual performance targets, to help overcome coronavirus disruptions.
The Beijing-based law firm said last week it will reduce the minimum revenue target for every lawyer in 2020 by 20% as part of an effort to help lawyers relieve performance-related stress during the downturn caused by the coronavirus. Women lawyers will receive a further 20% reduction on minimum performance target, the firm said, in order to encourage their growth.
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