15 May. 2012 | Comments (0)
A Balanced Approach to More Equitable and Less Controversial Executive Compensation
The conventional approach to executive pay emphasizes the need to maintain competitive pay. This construct has distorted the pay decisions of even the most shareholder-conscious boards because it fails to consider the actual talents and abilities of the individual executives.
08 May. 2012 | Comments (0)
Tools Compensation Committees Can Use to Help Them Make Decisions
The advent of mandatory Say-on-Pay (SOP) has made it more important than ever for companies and investors to gauge, understand and communicate the relationship between executive compensation and the creation of long-term shareholder value.
04 May. 2012 | Comments (0)
Currently Hot Executive Compensation Issues
This blog highlights the hot executive compensation issue topics to be covered at The Conference Board Executive Compensation Conferences that were developed as a result of comprehensive agenda planning, with the help of a nationwide advisory board and speaker panel.
23 Feb. 2012 | Comments (0)
The State of Pay for Performance in the U.S.
The British Government recently proposed making Say on Pay (SOP) votes binding in respect of companies’ future executive pay policies regarding how performance is judged and the amount of remuneration, including exit payments, that may be paid.