Download the Executive Summary: 2016 Labor & Employment Practice Benchmarks Report


From use of technology and knowledge management, to fees and compensation structures, the Bloomberg Law 2016 Labor & Employment Practice Benchmarks Report synthesizes the insights of hundreds of practitioners in these critical facets of this complex practice area.

Access the Executive Summary of the report now for:

  • Chapter-by-chapter summaries of key findings of the survey, organized by major topic, from each section of the complete report.
  • An infographic overview of key statistics from the complete report, including percentages responding to using email for business, and use of social media including LinkedIn and Facebook.
  • Detailed profile statistics of the survey participants including title and firm size.

Highlights on the complete report analysis include:

  • Detailed infographics summarizing the findings of every chapter, including Fee Structure and Rates, Technology and Social Media, Attracting and Retaining Talent, and more.
  • Findings that larger firms (51 or more attorneys) are more likely to offer a fixed fee structure, with 77% offering this option, as compared to only 37% of smaller firms.
  • Reporting from those law firms that offer fixed fees, that they negotiate with half of their clients, 48%, with an average discount of 13%.

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