Monthly Archives: September 2013

Did You Intend That End-of-Career Pay Cut?

Driven by volatile stock markets, stock option expensing, and shareholder advisory firm mischaracterization of stock options as non-performance-based compensation, many companies have significantly shifted away from stock options toward service-based restricted stock and/or long-term performance plans such as performance shares, performance share units, or performance cash units. Continue reading

Ongoing Say on Pay Voting Results

Ongoing Say on Pay voting results as of September 15, 2013. Continue reading

SEC Releases Proposed CEO Pay Ratio Rules

After nearly three years, on September 18, 2013, the SEC issued proposed rules for one of the most contentious executive compensation provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act –CEO pay ratio disclosures. Continue reading

SEC Proposes Disclosure of CEO – Worker Pay Ratio

The CEO pay ratio, a previously outstanding major regulation mandated by Dodd-Frank, now has proposed rules. The SEC voted 3-2 Wednesday, September 18th, to propose rules that will require most public companies to disclose how their CEO's compensation compares with … Continue reading

Virtual Conference on Current and Emerging Topics in Executive Compensation via HR.com

Join Diane Lerner and Brian Lane for a Virtual Conference on Current and Emerging Topics in Executive Compensation via HR.com (http://bit.ly/184SCrm) on September 24 from 11:00 to 12:00 PM (ET) Topics Include: Incentive Program Performance Metric Selection, Realizable Pay, Say … Continue reading

Ongoing Say on Pay Voting Results

Ongoing Say on Pay voting results as of August 31, 2013. Continue reading

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