Critics of executive compensation suggest that CEO pay escalates because companies chase an ever-rising market median driven by comparisons to even larger peer companies and... Read More
Current Pay Governance Viewpoints
Lane T. Ringlee
The third Say on Pay season is underway and Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) is continuing to exert its considerable influence on investors through its voting recommendations. Read More
Swiss Voters Go For Binding Say-on-Pay: Strenuous Compensation Restrictions To Be Imposed In Renown Free MarketBy Jon Weinstein
On March 3, 2013, voters in Switzerland made headlines by approving the Minder Initiative, giving shareholders far-reaching influence over the executive compensation and governance matters of publicly traded Swiss companies. Read More
Ira T. Kay
Our new research indicates that many large companies may receive high concern Read More
Team Member Highlight
- steve demaria, consultant| New York
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Steve DeMaria is a Consultant at the New York office of Pay Governance. Steve has experience with various aspects of executive compensation including competitive benchmarking for executives, short and long-term incentive plan design, peer group development, and pay-for-performance assessments. Additionally he designs and reviews outside director pay. Steve has also worked on compensation design projects below the executive level. Steve has worked with clients across various industries; he spends the majority of his time with clients in the energy services, manufacturing, retail, and pharmaceutical industries. He has also worked with a number of higher education and non-for-profit clients.
Prior to joining Pay Governance, Steve worked in Philadelphia at Towers Watson's executive compensation practice for more than 2 years.
Steve holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University.