Slaughters moves to merit-based pay to reward exceptional associates
Slaughter and May is overhauling its associate appraisal system in a move which will usher in merit-linked pay for the firm's more senior lawyers. The firm is not breaking with associate lockstep, but will have two salary bands available to lawyers from 4.5 years post-qualification experience (PQE) to partner - 'good' (where the majority will sit) and 'exceptional'.
Slaughter and May is overhauling its associate appraisal system in a move which will usher in merit-linked pay for the firm’s more senior lawyers.
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