Category Archives: Executive Compensation

College Tuition Tops Faculty Pay

September 3, 2016   

This past week, colleges and universities kicked back into high gear nationwide. Along with all those students heading back to school were thousands of faculty members. While students are often eager to return to campus, for many faculty, returning to work is simply a reminder of their poor working conditions. How bad is it? This week, […]

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Women and Leadership

May 29, 2015   

A few articles back I wrote about Women in the Workforce: Recent Trends, mentioning how women are working for major corporations but they aren’t leading them, with women holding only 16% of the director positions and only 4.6% of CEO positions at Fortune 500 companies. These statistics beg the question: What can women do to […]

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The Pitfalls of a Transparent Salary Policy (And Solutions to Avoid Them)

January 2, 2015   

Transparency is one of those workplace trends that’s shaking up talent management in a big way. Employees are more frequently asking for and even demanding the sense of an open, honest work environment and employers are seeming to embrace the concept as well. One of the ideas that often goes along with a transparent workplace […]

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Worried You’ll Look Like a Scrooge? Tips for Handing Out Holiday Bonuses

November 19, 2014   

The trees are decorated, the company holiday party is just around the corner and as a company leader, you have to determine how to handle what many of your employees have been looking forward to all year—the holiday bonus. So how do you determine who gets what amongst your employees? As with every other aspect […]

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Microsoft CEO’s Comments About Female Employees Raise Eyebrows

October 23, 2014   

We’ve discussed women in the workforce quite a bit recently, and oftentimes our talent management posts align more closely with the headlines than we even initially realize. One example of this came earlier this month as the Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, made some comments about females in his organization caused a stir, to say the […]

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Rethinking Executive Compensation

September 29, 2014   

In my last article on executive compensation, I made the case that it matters because excessive executive compensation is a key driver of income inequality in the US, the most common approach of incentive pay may not have its intended effect, and may actually have significant adverse effects. But all of this begs the question […]

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The Challenge of Executive Compensation and Why it Matters

September 29, 2014   

In the wake of the Great Recession and the focus on income inequality raised by the Occupy Movement, there has been a renewed focus on executive pay and the effects it has on both the business world and society at large. Most of that attention has been negative, with a rising tide of concerns and […]

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