Chief Executive’s most recent CEO & Senior Executive Compensation Report for Private Companies shows 39 percent of U.S. companies reduced their CEO’s base salary in 2020 in response to the pandemic. A deeper look.
Despite concerns over talent shortages, employee morale and growing burnout rates, America’s HR chiefs remain confident about prospects for business and the economy—more so than CEOs and CFOs.
While market speculators and some big companies are convinced about the seemingly boundless potential commercial uses for cryptocurrencies, a recent survey of mainstream CFOs by StrategicCFO360 finds finance leaders overwhelmingly unconvinced about their utility for business, with little customer demand and little enthusiasm for adaptation.
Chief Executive’s latest poll of U.S. CEOs finds that across sectors, sizes and states, unresolved supply chain issues, increasing raw material and labor costs, and looming tax increases are inhibiting CEO enthusiasm.
Chief Executive’s latest poll of U.S. CEOs finds growing confidence in the future of the economy; most now expect rising profits, revenue, hiring and capital expenditures in the coming months.
America’s HR chiefs are more confident than CEOs about prospects for business in the year ahead—with one very big area of difference.
Chief Executive’s latest poll of CEOs finds optimism holding steady on vaccine delivery and growing demand—but increasing concerns over inflationary risk and Biden’s economic policies have dulled the outlook.