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April 28, 2020

Preparing for Board Compensation in Times of Distress

In times of intense change, adjustments to director compensation—whether it goes up or down, or s...

By Brian L. Cumberland and J. D. Ivy

April 27, 2020

Pandemic Response: Considerations from Fortune 500 Compensation Committee Chairs

Though COVID-19 has affected companies in an uneven fashion, compensation committee chairs must r...

By Marcel Bucsescu and Kimberly Simpson

April 24, 2020

Think Carefully Before Rewarding Executives Who Cut Their Salaries

Boards should use caution in deciding whether to grant equity to executives who take salary cuts ...

By David Swinford

April 7, 2020

COVID-19’s Impact on Executive Compensation

How boards handle executive compensation through this pandemic can draw either praise or scorn. T...

By Bertha Masuda and Margaret Engel

February 27, 2020

Achieving Harmony on Pay, Retention When Companies Merge

What happens when two merging companies have completely different compensation philosophies? Boar...

By Michael Gorski

February 13, 2020

Coronavirus and Political Unrest: Determining Compensation in Uncertain Times

The eruption of protests in Hong Kong and the rapid spread of the coronavirus mean that executive...

By Bertha Masuda and Margaret Engel

October 23, 2019

Compensation Goals in the Stakeholder Era

Directors navigating pay in the stakeholder era should consider this approach for compensation co...

By Seymour Burchman

August 1, 2019

Economic Value Added Makes a Comeback

Some trends come and go, and EVA is back with a roar. Explore what you need to know about this al...

By Seymour Burchman

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