Compensation Committee

Reexamining Hiring Pay Practices

As competition for talent intensifies, companies may need to rethink executive recruitment packages.

Webcast: Market Trends in Change-in-Control Severance Arrangements

When was the last time your company took a fresh look at the executive severance program? Shifting market trends might warrant a re-examination.

Whose Idea Was It To Adjust CEO Pay—Investors, The Board Or The CEO?

Findings of a new study give supporters of stakeholder capitalism ammunition to question the motives of corporate boards that favor CEO pay increases. Three things directors should consider.

Study: Covid Impact On Executive Compensation

The most common expected change is to widen the ranges for financial targets between threshold, target and maximum, a study finds.

Early Say-On-Pay Results Sending Directors A Message

If shareholders continue to be dissatisfied with CEO salaries, directors who sit on compensation committees may come under greater scrutiny.

Covid Impact On Executive Compensation

It's not as clear-cut as recent headlines would suggest. A look at how executive comp strategy has changed, and may still change in the year ahead.

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Director Confidence Falls To New Low In October

Corporate Board Member’s October reading of director sentiment shows continued decline in optimism among U.S. public company board members. More now expect business conditions to deteriorate over the coming year.