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July 16, 2019

Executive Pay As a Tool to Advance Diversity Efforts

To differentiate your company’s commitment to diversity, consider including D&I impera...

By Todd Sirras

March 19, 2019

What to Do With Pay If Taxes Go Much, Much Higher

Regulations and taxes greatly influence executive pay design. While the current “typical” program...

By Margaret Hylas and Todd Sirras

March 5, 2019

Gender Pay Equity Analysis Is Here to Stay. Is Your Company Doing It Right?

Not all pay equity analyses are created equal. Why the old model is putting your company at risk....

By Zev Eigen

December 20, 2018

Institutional Investors and Advisors Pursue Expanded CEO Pay Ratio Disclosure

A group of institutional investors and advisors, cumulatively representing $3.3 trillion in asset...

By P.J. Himelfarb and Howard B. Dicker

October 31, 2018

Human Capital Investment Can Yield a Better Bottom Line

Companies are now facing a range of urgent human capital challenges. Workforce productivity that ...

By Seymour Burchman

October 26, 2018

Leading Minds Discuss the Complexities of Executive Pay

Last week, we ran highlights from NACD’s most recent Leading Minds of Governance program, where a...

By Jesse Rhodes

September 11, 2018

Compensation Strategies for Succession Planning

The stock market’s response to PepsiCo’s recent announcement that long-time CEO Indra Nooyi would...

By David Swinford

July 17, 2018

Structuring Discretion for Clawbacks

Should boards have broader policies for triggering clawbacks when corporate harm is demonstrated?...

By Seymour Burchman, Kathryn Neel, and Olivia Voorhis

February 13, 2018

Overseeing Executive Pay in a Tumultuous Time

Executive pay has long been a key focus for shareholders, activists, directors, and the media—and...

By Teresa Bayewitz

February 8, 2018

Six Concepts for Oversight of Performance Management

Performance management relates virtually to everything that is important to a company’s progress—...

By Jim DeLoach