Bullish Linklaters leads on pay but will others follow?
It certainly wasn’t a forgone conclusion but Linklaters set the agenda for the City pay round today (30 April) when it confirmed that it was lifting…
It certainly wasn’t a forgone conclusion but Linklaters set the agenda for the City pay round today (30 April) when it confirmed that it was lifting its salary bands for assistants for the financial year to come. The rise, which varies from nearly 4% for trainees and newly-qualifieds to around 2% for first, second and third year-qualified lawyers, is obviously a far cry from the double-digit percentage awards dished out by leading law firms in 2006 and 2007.
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