Dodd-Frank Pay Ratio Disclosure Requirements—Is this really worth it?
By Rob Rogers. Section 953(b) of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act requires public companies to disclose the ratio of the CEO’s total compensation to that of the median of all other employees in the work- force. […]
Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plan (NQDC)
An Essential Tool for Attracting, Engaging, and Retaining Top Talent By Tammy Michalak. The need to attract, engage, and retain top talent is paramount in today’s dynamic landscape. Survey respondents in the 2014 Global Top Five Total Rewards Priorities Survey […]
Long-Term Compensation: Real Equity or Phantom Stock?
By Marc Stockwell. The rationale for providing long-term compensation to key employees is well recognized. Shareholders, business owners, and Boards want to motivate, reward and retain key employees to promote long term thinking, grow the business and build shareholder value. […]
Optimize the Pension Service Delivery Model
by Mark Ohnsted. In a recent survey, plan sponsors overwhelmingly expressed their desire to improve operational efficiencies in their defined benefit plans. Show me a solution that saves me both time and money is the plan sponsor’s expectation from service […]
Compensation Strategies for a Family Business
By Thomas Hurley. Compensation is an emotional topic for both business owners and employees. Organizations are constantly trying to balance the bottom line with paying its workers fairly. That balancing act can become more difficult in a family business if […]
Delivering Executive Compensation in Tax-Exempt Organizations
By Marc Stockwell. The tax-exempt sector represents a diverse mix of service- based organizations consisting of health care organizations, charitable/human services organizations, private foundations, trade associations, and rural cooperatives. These organizations compete for the best leadership talent by offering a […]