Executive Compensation

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Short-Term Incentive Designs: Reacting to a Volatile Economy

Webcast | Presented By: Brian Tobin | Webcast Aired: July 30, 2008
In today's volatile business environment, the challenge of setting realistic yet aggressive incentive goals increases exponentially. Hay Group will present results from its 2009 Short-Term Incentive Design survey and discuss how the almost ... Read more
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Has the Executive Pay Model Changed Forever?

Webcast | Presented By: Irv Becker | Webcast Aired: April 2, 2008
Recent analysis by The Hay Group of Wall Street Journal CEO pay data outlines a changing landscape as companies begin to deal with the fallout from the 2008 market collapse and financial bailouts. How have companies reacted to compensating their ... Read more
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Making Impact with Rewards during Economic Uncertainty

Webcast | Presented By: Eric Turzak | Webcast Aired: January 23, 2008
Because engaging top talent is a more vital competitive advantage than ever, companies are reviewing their rewards practices to make sure they have desired impact. Talent is concerned about salary reductions and freezes. Organizations are ... Read more
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The Broader Implications of TARP on Executive Compensation

Webcast | Presented By: David Wise | Webcast Aired: January 14, 2009
The Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) has participating financial institutions working quickly to adapt their executive compensation programs to comply with these rules. However, other companies may not be immune to some of these provisions ... Read more
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Pay for Performance: The Name of The Game for CEO's

Webcast | Presented By: Irv Becker | Webcast Aired: October 2, 2008
Connecting CEO pay and company performance, this webcast will present the findings of The Wall Street Journal/Hay Group 2008 CEO Compensation Survey. This presentation will include CEO pay information on approximately 200 of the largest US based ... Read more
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