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Unraveling the Complexities of Compensation

Experts offer their perspectives on how tax law is reshaping pay-plan design, Elon Musk’s potential $50 billion payday, and other concerns. Consider some of the recent events affecting the decisions of compensation committees: a tax code overhaul, pay ratio disclosures, … Continue reading

Optimizing the Retention Impact of the Executive Pay Program

Our viewpoint “Optimizing the Retention Impact of the Executive Pay Program” by John Sinkular, Joshua Bright, and Phil Johnson will be re-posted in the May issue of The Corporate Advisor. To be redirected to the Corporate Governance Advisor website to … Continue reading

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Does Your Pay Program Balance “Pay Energy” and Pay Risk?

Our recent viewpoint “Does Your Pay Program Balance “Pay Energy” and Pay Risk? was re-posted in The Advisors’ Blog. The article can be read by clicking on the link. https://www.compensationstandards.com/member/Blogs/consultant/2017/11/does-your-pay-program-balance-pay-energy-pay-risk.html November 8, 2017

Companies That Perform Best Don’t Pay CEOs the Most

Ira Kay is quoted in this article recently published in the Wall Street Journal. The article can be read by clicking on the link. https://www.wsj.com/articles/companies-that-perform-best-dont-pay-ceos-the-most-1507194000?shareToken=st19c79a1da3d84bf1a07dd2c56c0c0f86&reflink=article_email_share October 5, 2017

Use of Non-GAAP in CEO Comp Criticized

Ira Kay is quoted in today’s issue of Agenda. The article can be read by clicking on the link. http://agendaweek.com/c/1752013/206203/gaap_comp_criticized?referrer_module=emailBriefing&module_order=0&code=WW5KcFlXNHViR0Z1WlVCd1lYbG5iM1psY201aGJtTmxMbU52YlN3Z01USTRNREV3TWl3Z016STFOek00TlRnMw/ September 29, 2017

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