Three very interested observers of the executive compensation arena offer three distinctly different viewpoints on the latest major Dodd-Frank…
The disclosures are misleading and create an unjustified burden on companies, says Timothy J. Bartl of the Center On Executive Compensation.
High CEO pay relative to other employees can erode morale, productivity, and loyalty, and thus the bottom line, says an AFL-CIO offical.
With employees knowing a company's median pay level, those both below and above may have a lot of new questions.
And three in 10 employers plan to give bonuses this year to employees who fail to meet performance expectations, says Towers Watson.
How and how much are CFOs getting paid?
Are short-term restricted stock compensation programs missing the mark?
Companies are allocating more of their payroll budgets to compensation vehicles that don't add fixed, ongoing costs.
Survey finds increases in all CFO pay elements last year, with strong corporate results fueling the rise in performance-driven bonus payouts.
With consumers remaining conservative and wages thus stagnant, companies employ other types of pay to keep workers happy.