Do companies set appropriately challenging goals in their incentive plans? How does a compensation committee determine whether management is recommending challenging goals? How important are earnings guidance and analyst expectations in goal setting? Read More
Current Pay Governance Viewpoints
Ira T. Kay, Steven Friedman, Brian Lane, Blaine Martin and Soren Meischeid
John D. England and Jeffrey W. Joyce
At a recent Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) conference, two private equity firms’ operating partners observed that executive compensation programs in each and every company in which they invested had to be completely overhauled. “Of course,” quipped one CHRO, “all you need to do is grant large, upfront stock options as a one-time long-term incentive, and you don’t worry about pay after that.” Read More
John R. Sinkular, Eric Marquardt and Jack Marsteller
Virtually all large U.S. companies provide long-‐term incentives (LTIs) through equity-based awards, which provide economic alignment with the Read More
John R. Ellerman
Publicly traded companies are required by the SEC and the stock exchanges to obtain shareholder approval when such companies seek to implement a new long-term equity plan or increase the share reserve pursuant to such plans. Read More
Team Member Highlight
- Ashley Meischeid Consultant | Philadelphia
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Ashley Meischeid is a Consultant in the Philadelphia office of Pay Governance. Ashley assists with various aspects of executive compensation, including management and outside director compensation assessments, peer group analysis, and development and compensation practices and trends. Ashley works with a variety of clients in the public and private sectors, including energy services, financial services, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and higher education.
Ashley graduated from Franklin and Marshall College with a degree in Environmental Studies and Geology.