Compensation Committee

Blurred Lines Between Business And Society Changing CEO Purpose And Pay Principles

A new report based on a survey of board members found that CEOs’ focus is shifting beyond revenue generation to creating long-term value for not just their companies, but for the world around them.

CalPERS Is Voting Against Directors Over Compensation – Will Others Follow?

The message seems clear: find a way to better align executive pay with performance or have your re-election to the board opposed at the annual meeting.

LTI Mix—Does ‘Performance’ Matter?

An argument might be made that whether a management team delivers superior performance is secondary; what really matters is that rewards befit performance. There is merit in this argument—to a point.

Prepping For A Post-Pandemic Proxy Season

Covid-19’s impact on businesses varies by industry—and so should efforts to adjust compensation programs.

Does Performance Matter?

The short answer is yes, but it isn't obvious from the numbers. A look at how to interpret the latest findings on LTI performance awards.

Vanguard Criticism Of Alphabet, Uber Turns Up Heat On Comp Committees

As the reasoning behind what CEOs earn becomes more public, greater pressure is going to fall on compensation committee members.

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