Ashurst moves six 'super-plateau' partners down from top of lockstep
Ashurst has moved six partners down from the top of its lockstep for the first time since the firm's modified system was introduced six years ago. The move comes after the firm brought in the 'super-plateau' 65-point level in 2007, in an overhaul of its remuneration system which saw it rebase its lockstep from a 20-50 point ladder to a wider 25-65 point scale, allowing to better reward star performers.
Ashurst has moved six partners down from the top of its lockstep for the first time since the firm’s modified system was introduced six years ago.
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