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CCCA survey shows in-house counsel salaries for women lag those of male peers

by Editors on August 15, 2012

In-house counsel salaries for women – the data is in from from the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association:

Female in-house counsel are making less than their male counterparts and on average receive lower annual salary increases, according to a survey released today by the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association. Conducted by Ipsos Reid and developed jointly by the CCCA and The Counsel Network, the In-House Compensation and Career Survey provides information on compensation, benefits, work hours, and job satisfaction of Canadian in-house counsel.

[via: CCCA survey shows in-house salaries for women lag those of male peers at Canadian Lawyer Magazine]

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