Executive Compensation and Stock Warrant Plans

by ERI Salary Surveys 30. April 2012 08:11

When Rob Johnson took the helm as CEO of JC Penney, his executive compensation package made headlines because he invested his own money in the company by purchasing a warrant valued at almost $50 million.

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For Nonprofits, It’s All About the Board

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 25. April 2012 09:00

A recent blog by Lucy Marcus again brings home what being on the Board of a nonprofit means – a responsibility not to be taken lightly!

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Does Nonprofit “Good Governance” Lead to IRS Tax Compliance?

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 20. April 2012 09:01

The Exempt Organizations division of IRS thinks so and has some preliminary evidence to back up the assertion. In a recent speech , EO Director Lois Lerner disclosed some current research results and plans for a more comprehensive look at the link between organizations that are well governed and their likeliness to be compliant with tax law.

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Citigroup's Shareholders Vote "No" on Executive Compensation

by ERI Salary Surveys 18. April 2012 13:47

Citigroup’s shareholders recently voted “No” to CEO Vikram S. Pandit’s $14.85 million in compensation. Although the bank's 2011 net income was $11.1B, a 4.4% increase over 2010, Citi garnered a mere 45% approval for the executive compensation recommendations.

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Health Care Benefits Survey Shows Employers Struggling to Reduce Costs

by ERI Salary Surveys 3. April 2012 09:18

Employers throughout the United States are continuing to implement less costly health care options because of rising medical costs. Rather than offering changes in traditional plans, many employers are moving to High Deductible Health Plans coupled with a Health Savings Account. Others are simply reducing benefit levels by increasing employee contributions, deductibles, co-payments, coinsurance, and out-of-pocket maximums.

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