Younger lawyers are the least satisfied of all
The results from the 2019 Legal Firm of Choice Survey are in, and Momentum Intelligence head of research Michael Johnson joins host Jerome Doraisamy on this week’s episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show to discuss satisfaction levels, or lack thereof.
Michael outlines the attitudes, perceptions and priorities of legal professionals as identified in this year’s survey. Also, in unveiling younger practitioners (i.e. those with one to three years of experience) as the least satisfied demographic, he explains the possible contributing factors for such dissatisfaction and suggests proactive measures that firms can and should be taking to help those coming through the ranks to remain satisfied throughout their legal career.
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About the Legal Firm of Choice
The Legal Firm of Choice is an annual report produced by market research firm Momentum Intelligence designed to reveal the attitudes, perceptions and priorities of legal professionals.
It is the resource for helping business leaders attract and retain Australia’s best legal talent by uncovering the key trends in the talent attraction market including the key drivers of satisfaction, retention and attrition.
These insights are delivered on an online interactive data platform that enables users to drill down across the complete five-year history of the survey that includes over 2 million data points revealing the sentiments of legal professionals over time.
The Legal Firm of Choice is available for purchase via the Momentum Intelligence website.