Compensation Committee

Few Companies Have Changed Comp Plans Due To Covid-19

The low number of companies that have made changes to their compensation plans suggests most boards are satisfied with how their plans have performed during this crisis.

What Are Directors Saying About ESG And Human Capital Governance?

A survey of 170 board directors around the world reveals perspectives on company purpose, shareholder primacy, ESG and human capital governance.

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.

Corporate Board Member Institute

The leading continuing education program for public company boards.

Directors’ Outlook For Economy Dims To Pre-Vaccine Levels On Inflation Fears

Our gauge of U.S. public company board member confidence is now just 3 percent above where it was last fall, before Covid-19 vaccines were released.