The IRS recently issued its final report with respect to the agency’s college and university compliance project. Colleges, universities and other tax-exempt organizations will want to review the report to be sure their procedures for setting executive compensation are in line with the IRS findings and observations.
Stephen Douglas and Bill Kalten
With just over a quarter of Russell 3000 companies reporting their 2013 say-on-pay results, we’re getting a clearer picture of shareholders’ impressions of executive pay in 2013 and, as in prior years, the results to date suggest positive news. Our latest say-on-pay update examines a number of factors that have contributed to enhanced shareholder support this year, including how companies responded to receiving below-average support in years past.
Jim Kroll, Robert Newbury and Jessica Yu
In mid-April, the Church of England launched its new policy on executive pay. The Church holds a substantial portion of its £8 billion assets in equity and the new voting guidance is being used to support its voting this season.
Katharine Turner and Dan Perrett
In seven months, a significant provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will take effect. Boards and senior leadership need to better understand the likely impact health care reform will have on their employees, their customers and their organization so they can make sure they are asking the right questions of their senior HR leaders.
Linda Caldwell, Helen Friedman and Jane Jensen
Many of our clients are working to respond to the proxy voting policies of Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS), which for many companies has included an outright ban on any stock pledging by executives. Our view is that the ISS pledging policy goes too far because many companies read it as zero tolerance for any pledging whatsoever.
Marshall Scott and Steve Seelig
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The Shift in Balance in Executive Pay Design
In this workspan TV interview, Towers Watson's Andrew Goldstein discusses the latest trends in pay program design.
Reward Leadership Program
May 14 to October 15, 2013
8:30 a.m. to noon
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