Each year at Realm, we carry out in-depth research to better understand the state of the market. This research, coupled with our salary benchmarking data, ensures that we can effectively advise the law firms we work with.
Our 2021 data, which was featured in publications such as Legal Futures, Legal Cheek and City AM revealed that for the first time, flexibility had overtaken pay as the top priority for lawyers looking for a new role.
Some more of our key findings:
Only 20% of lawyers are actively looking for a new role
83% of lawyers said that flexible working would be important to them if they were to look for a new job
41% of lawyers say getting a pay rise in their next role is very important to them
Almost half of lawyers do not believe they are paid fairly
44% of lawyers don’t think the leadership of their firm is representative of the firm as a whole
You can read the full report: The Great Talent Shortage: Adapting Your Attraction and Retention Strategies for 2022 here.
As featured in:
The Business Desk - Job security confidence returns to North West legal sector | TheBusinessDesk.com
Law Gazette - Flexible working is now the most important consideration for lawyers looking to move | Law Gazette Jobs
Legal Cheek - Flexibility trumps pay as lawyers top priority, research shows - Legal Cheek
City A.M.- Flexible working more important to lawyers than salaries, report finds (cityam.com)
Above the Law - Biglaw’s Choices In The War For Talent: More Flexibility Or More Money | Above the Law
Today's Wills & Probate - Flexibility overtakes pay as top priority for practitioners | Today's Wills and Probate (todayswillsandprobate.co.uk)
Today's Conveyancer - Flexibility overtakes pay as top priority for practitioners | Today's Conveyancer (todaysconveyancer.co.uk)
Legal Futures - Flexible working overtakes pay as top priority for job-seeking lawyers - Legal Futures
To learn more or to have a conversation with one of our specialists about how you can improve your attraction and retention strategies, feel free to get in touch on 03300 245 606 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.