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April 20, 2022

Using Executive Pay as a Tool for M&A Success

Jean McLoughlin outlines five steps companies should consider taking before, during, and after a ...

By Jean McLoughlin

April 19, 2022

How Compensation Committees Are Battling Uncertainty, Talent Woes

In late March NACD brought together speakers Eric Hosken, Lori Miller, Matt Turner, and Christine...

By Mandy Wright

March 22, 2022

Director Compensation and Demographic Trends Align Boards with Stakeholders, Report Reveals

The 2021–2022 Director Compensation Report, produced in collaboration with Pearl Meyer, provides ...

By Mandy Wright

February 15, 2022

The Great Resignation: How Did We Get Here, and What Can Our Companies Do to Adjust?

Anna C. Catalano details the factors that caused the Great Resignation, and six ways organization...

By Anna Catalano

January 25, 2022

How Inflation Complicates the Compensation Committee’s Job

Authors Mark Rosen and David Swinford explore two variables regarding inflation that compensation...

By Mark Rosen and David Swinford

December 21, 2021

Directors Grapple with Tying Incentives to Climate Goals Under Mounting Investor Pressure

Fortune 500 compensation committee chairs joined NACD, Farient Advisors, and Weil, Gotshal &...

By NACD Editors

November 10, 2021

New SEC Release Revives Complex Issue of Clawbacks

The US Securities and Exchange Commission has reopened comments on its originally proposed rule o...

By Alexandra R. Lajoux

August 17, 2021

CEO Pay and the Reduction of Carbon Emissions Go Hand in Hand

To combat executive pay inflation and prepare companies for a net-zero future, boards should cons...

By Friso van der Oord

August 12, 2021

Five Simple Rules for Post-IPO Pay

Retaining and engaging critical talent is equally important before and after a public listing. He...

By Todd Sirras and Austin Vanbastelaer

June 30, 2021

The Compensation Committee’s Role in Human Capital and DE&I, According to Fortune 500 Committee Chairs

A spring meeting of Fortune 500 compensation committee chairs focused on how 2020 fundamentally r...

By Marcel Bucsescu and Andrew Lepczyk