Squire Patton Boggs said Tuesday that it is easing its pandemic-era austerity measures, pledging to end pay cuts for associates next month.
Staff whose pre-pandemic salary was below $75,000 will also have their pay fully restored, and those with higher pay will have their cuts reduced by half. But partners “will continue to appropriately carry the largest financial burden in meeting any potential future challenges, with profit distributions adjusted accordingly,” the firm said.
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