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Andrew Winkler

consultant | New York 347-708-7573

Expertise

Andrew Winkler is a Consultant based out of the New York office of Pay Governance. He has assisted in compensation analyses for public and private companies for various U.S. and global clients. He has over 6 years of experience in peer group composition, market pricing, broad-based employee remuneration, and analysis for special situations, including government receivership and M&A transactions. Andrew has also analyzed other issues relating to executive pay in other industries including manufacturing and defense contracting. He also currently serves as an Officer in the U.S. Army Reserves.

Past Experience

Prior to joining Pay Governance, Andrew was a consultant at Johnson Associates.

Education

Andrew graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science.


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Over the Long Term, Companies with Problematic Pay Practices Generally Perform Worse than Companies that Avoid Problematic Pay Practices

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