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November 13, 2018 How to Tie Executive Compensation to SustainabilitySource: Harvard Business Review
The dilemma for directors, however, is determining what aspects of sustainability, or ESG performance, should have priority — and should be linked to pay incentives.
Moving abroad boosts the average worker’s income by $21,000, with the best-paid staff found in Switzerland, the U.S. and Hong Kong.
CEOs for the 350 largest US companies earned an average pay of $18.9 million in 2017, a sharp 17 percent increase from the previous year, according to a new study by the left leaning Economic Policy Institute. These estimates...
A CNBC analysis of CEO pay ratios suggests that companies with more equal pay distribution also tend to generate higher profit per worker.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Americans are evenly divided in their reaction to a proposal for the federal government to take steps to limit the pay of executives at major companies. This contrasts with 2009, when almost six in 10 favored...
fter examining different theories behind executive compensation, a group of researchers concluded that there isn’t one prevailing explanation.
December 5, 2016 The College President Millionaires ClubSource: Bloomberg
39 private college chief executives made more than $1 million in total compensation in 2014, according to data released Sunday by The Chronicle of Higher Education, up from 32 in 2013
September 22, 2016 CEOs are compensated, valued more by conservative (vs liberal) boardsSource: PHYS.org
New, first-of-its-kind research from the University of Notre Dame shows that corporate directors' conservative or liberal leanings influence their decisions about CEO pay and the extent to which CEOs should be rewarded and...
July 28, 2016 Highest paid CEOs generate sub-par performanceSource: Houston Chronicle
Promising a CEO a big payout doesn't generate big profits, according to a new study by financial analytics firm MSCI.
Source: Blue & Green Tomorrow
The pay gap between men and women working in the corporate responsibility and sustainability (CRS) sector is closing and more women are now employed in the top jobs. That’s according to the sixth edition of the Corporate...
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