This outdated law of the jungle rewards individuals over the team, which ultimately fails the customer. Here's how to update for today's business climate.
Certain functions in your business are more important than others—much like some people on your executive team are more important than others. Their compensation should reflect the value of their work.
The low number of companies that have made changes to their compensation plans suggests most boards are satisfied with how their plans have performed during this crisis.
The Covid environment has forced many talented executives to the sidelines. Seize these unique opportunities to strengthen your bench by getting smarter with your compensation program.
If you don't have a formal, long-term incentive program for your executives, it's past time to create one.
Chief Executive’s exclusive and proprietary 2020 CEO & senior executive compensation study finds two private companies out of five in the U.S. reduced their CEO’s base salary in 2020 in response to the crisis. A deeper look.
With no speedy economic recovery in sight, leaders are trying to figure out if they can pay bonuses this year – and what happens if they don’t.
How can CEOs navigate the tricky waters of incentivizing and retaining senior leadership when operating under the restrictions of the CARES Act?
To avoid layoffs, CEOs should enable the company's employees to opt in to a temporary salary reduction—and many more will volunteer than you think.
Not everyone in your C-Suite is a superstar, so you need to divvy up the compensation pie accordingly, rather than average it in pursuit of "fairness.".