Addleshaws set to overhaul bonus model for salaried partners
Addleshaw Goddard is set to overhaul its salaried partner bonus scheme in a move expected to see the firm scrapping the firmwide performance element in favour of a scheme focused on individual performance. The national law firm is consulting with its 76-strong fixed-share partner rank about the proposed model, which it hopes will better reward individual contribution and align salaried partner remuneration with equity partners.
Addleshaw Goddard is set to overhaul its salaried partner bonus scheme in a move expected to see the firm scrapping the firmwide performance element in favour of a scheme focused on individual performance.
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