During this power-packed session, our expert faculty will examine the most current factors affecting millennial associate compensation, including:
- Specific non-monetary rewards that are certain to improve job satisfaction
- Why tiered compensation works for millennials, and how to structure it properly
- Details on the types of alternative compensation models firms are using and how these alternatives compensate millennial associates
- Beyond compensation increases, what matters most to millennial associates
- Types of goals and initiatives to set forth for millennial lawyers, and three crucial ways to reward achievements
Plus, you will learn:
- Surprising attitudes millennial lawyers have about total compensation
- Who millennial lawyers are, and how they differ from other generations in terms of pay
- Common misconceptions and truths about millennials lawyers
- Mentoring, evaluations, and feedback tips that emphasize professionalism and increase associate self sufficiency
Product ID: 6514
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Jessa M. Baker
Senior Consultant, LawVision Group LLC
Jessa Baker is a member of the LawVision Group strategy practice where she advises law firms on strategy development, mergers, management and governance, talent structure design, associate and partner compensation systems, partnership issues and financial matters. She also collaborates with law firms on client service strategies, business development, client retention and process improvement initiatives.
Managing Partner, Equinox Strategy Partners
Jonathan Fitzgarrald is Managing Partner of Equinox Strategy Partners, providing service professionals and firms with strategic counsel to drive revenue and increase market visibility. For nearly two decades and prior to founding Equinox Strategy Partners, Jonathan directed the sales and marketing at three, top business law firms. Prior to his focus in professional services, Jonathan held senior-level sales and communications positions at various public and private companies within the high-tech, telecommunications, electronics, health care, and consumer products industries.
Continuing Education Units
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