How much weight should companies give to non-financial metrics like customer or employee satisfaction?
Most young finance professionals have their eye on a career promotion or a jump to a new job within the next two years.
While companies are cheering a judge's decision to quash the new DoL overtime regulations, thorny issues are in play, including the prospect of an…
The Labor Department exceeded its authority in raising the minimum salary level for overtime eligibility, a Texas judge rules.
Four states passed proposals to increase the minimum wage, adding to the growing support for higher pay floors for U.S. workers.
Companies may use any "reasonable" measure to show how CEO pay compares to the median annual total compensation of other employees.
Pay raises are expected to remain consistent at 3%, but companies plan to increase spending on programs designed to keep top performers.
Companies walk a fine line in determining what kind of adjustments should be made to GAAP results.
Research suggests the average ratio between CEO compensation and that of a typical worker is closer to 200:1 than the widely reported 300:1.
With rising market values, employees are getting more value from equity grants even as the number of shares granted dwindles.