CEOs should see M&A as an opportunity to use compensation as a vehicle to drive business and leadership strategies of the new combined entity.
Although this is often seen as insurmountable, private companies should not necessarily look to public companies as “the model” when it comes to compensation design.
A CEO talks about his recent experience in handing off the reins of his company to his successor and what others can learn from him.
The median private company CEO total compensation package for 2017? $350,622. For the record, that’s just 6.7 times the median income for all U.S. workers, not 275 times, as some have said.
While most data sources on CEO compensation focus on large public companies, our research brings real-world insight into the compensation of CEOs of the approximately 6 million private companies in the U.S., not just the S&P 500.
In business, certain functions are more important than others. And fair or not, some people on your executive team are more important than others. Their compensation should reflect that.
Our annual study of CEO pay finds—once again—that CEOs get paid a lot less than people think. The median private company CEO total compensation package for 2017? $350,622. That’s just 6.7 times the median income for all U.S. workers, not 275 times. Sorry Bernie.
To be a truly great chief executive officer requires a high level of success over a long duration in a highly valued company, which is portrayed by a new measure, Market Cap Alpha.
The problem is that looking at CEO pay by looking through the lens of the top 200 best-paid CEOs tells you nothing about most CEO pay.
Joint venture CEOs should consider negotiating seven terms and conditions before accepting or renewing a job offer. Learn what they are: