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“The key question for the board is, ‘do we need that much management in what is today a much smaller and simpler company?”‘ said Paul McConnell, managing director of Board Advisory, LLC.  Read More

CEO Pay Ratio Disclosure

Probably the biggest challenge is defining who the median employee is and calculating their pay. The rule is deceptively simple at first glance, but implementation can be fraught with complexities depending upon the company. Read more

Are You Paying for Performance or Just Paying for Results?

Paying for performance is assumed to be the objective of most pay plans. A quick read of a handful of proxy statements will likely find the phrase prominently used. The Dodd-Frank act expressly instructs the SEC to require companies to describe their pay-for performance program. However, we find many of these programs simply pay for results. Read more

2014 Trends in Executive Compensation and Governance

Our look back at executive pay and performance, and the role of the board member in 2013 and trends we see emerging in 2014. Read more

Some Pointed Questions Boards Need to Ask Themselves With Regard to Executive Compensation and the Achievement of Corporate Strategy 

For executive compensation, achievement of corporate strategy is the destination; pay levels, pay programs, and metrics provide the route. As inevitably as the Cubs missing the playoffs, the end of the year swiftly approaches and compensation committees must reflect on the year’s actions and re-check their route. With media scrutiny, regulatory oversight and the specter of derivative litigation ever-increasing, we all need to ask ourselves some pointed questions about compensation strategy. Read more

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