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How HR Can Use Job Title Data to Ensure Consistency and Boost Retention

Compensation professionals spend a significant amount of time ensuring pay is competitively set, but relatively little ensuring job titles are properly aligned. We examine the prevalence of various titles across organizational levels and reporting relationships to provide a better understanding of how to utilize this data to ensure your titles — and not just your pay — are competitively aligned.

Why Companies Must Take a Regional Approach to Compensation Benchmarking in Germany

As Germany becomes a bigger destination for technology talent, it has become more important for compensation professionals to take a nuanced look at fast-moving pay trends in the country.

ISS Adds Climate Scorecard to Proxy Reports, Recognizing the Rise of Sustainable Investing

 A new rating has been added to ISS’ proxy reports that’s focused on climate awareness. In this article, we highlight key components of the scorecard and its impact for issuers. 

To Proactively Manage Pay Equity, Companies Must Take These Three Steps

To proactively address pay equity issues, firms across industries must move beyond treating it as a one-time audit exercise and instead manage risks on an ongoing basis.

Impact of the New Employee Overtime Rule by Industry and Tips for Compliance

An estimated 1.3 million U.S. workers will be eligible for overtime pay as of January 1, 2020, but the effect within organizations varies by industry, job function and role. Here’s a deeper look at how companies will be affected and questions for companies to think about when complying with the new rule. 

ISS Releases Draft Policy Updates for 2020; Executive Compensation is Notably Absent

ISS is proposing changes to its U.S. policies on problematic governance structures, independent board chair proposals and share buybacks. Here’s a summary of potential implications for U.S.-listed companies.

Benchmarking Hot Jobs: Software Engineers at e-Commerce Firms Command a Pay Premium

Demand for digital jobs is high, and e-commerce companies are paying a premium for key roles. In this article, we examine compensation levels for software engineers at internet and e-commerce companies compared to software companies and provide advice for how to use survey data to create compelling rewards packages.

 

Using Talent Assessments to Drive Better Performance of Your Sales Organization

Assessing the skills of your sales force should be a top priority for HR and sales leaders, but too often we see this process neglected with a focus on sales quotas and growth above matching the right talent with the right jobs. In this article, we discuss how to get set up with an effective talent assessment process.

How U.K. Companies are Calculating the CEO Pay Ratio in First Year of Disclosure

The CEO pay ratio rule in the U.K. allows companies to choose from three different methodologies. While we see a favoured approach so far, there are technical considerations to make when selecting the right one. Read our article for the latest disclosure trends and tips for complying with the new rule.

As Pay Ratio Enters Its Third Year, Here’s What We Know So Far

To date, no company has won or lost vote support as a result of their pay ratio disclosures. With proxy advisory firms remaining silent on this issue so far, we don’t expect that to change.

Preparing for the 2020 Proxy Season and a Lookback at 2019 Say-on-Pay Voting in the U.S.

In this article, we examine say-on-pay voting results and trends by industry as well as provide advice on steps to take to prepare for the 2020 proxy season. 

SEC Issues Interpretive Guidance on Proxy Advisory Firms

AThe SEC recently published two sets of interpretive guidance dealing with proxy advisory firms and their use by investment advisers. The guidance addresses the voting responsibilities of investment advisers and provides clarity to the SEC’s interpretation of the proxy solicitation rules as they relate to the voting guidance provided by proxy advisory firms.

Glass Lewis Will Make Changes to Peer Groups and Pay-for-Performance Methodology

Glass Lewis announced it is replacing Equilar with CGLytics as its provider of pay data used to evaluate peer groups and pay-for-performance alignment. Changes go into effect January 1, 2020.

First Look at Chief Human Resources Officer Compensation Trends in 2019

There is some evidence that the growth of the CHRO role is being reflected in pay, but a lot of the changes are primarily occurring in larger companies.

Take Your Compensation Disclosure to the Next Level by Reporting Realizable Pay

More companies are disclosing realizable pay in their proxies, which can be a strategic advantage for helping investors and proxy advisors better understand your pay programs. In this article, we explain how to effectively tell your compensation story through this supplemental disclosure. 

ISS Survey Hints at Changes to Board Composition and Climate Risk Oversight

ISS took the first step in its annual policy update process when the firm sent its policy survey to clients this month. Companies and investors have until August 9 to submit feedback. Questions touch on board diversity and overboarding, climate risk and pay-for-performance metrics. 

Top Five Trends in Long-Term Incentive Plans at Life Sciences Companies

Developing competitive long-term incentive plans that evolve and scale as your life sciences company grows is a critical element of any compensation strategy, but not an easy task. We highlight five trends in the development of long-term incentive plans we’re observing.

Top Five Trends in Long-Term Incentive Plans at Technology Companies

Developing competitive long-term incentive plans that evolve and scale as your technology company grows is a critical element of any compensation strategy, but not an easy task. We highlight five trends in the development of long-term incentive plans we’re observing.

Aon’s New Scorecard Tool Can Identify Potential Risks in Your Workforce. Here’s How.

Failure to attract or retain talent was listed as a top risk in Aon’s 2019 Global Risk Management Survey. Aon’s new Organizational Risk Scorecard helps leaders mitigate this concern by providing detailed workforce-related benchmarks that can help identify potential risks or gaps to be addressed that may otherwise go unnoticed.

Refining Rewards for the Millennial Generation

With Millennials expected to comprise 75% of the workforce by 2025, employers need to rethink their total rewards programs with this generation of workers in mind. In doing so, companies must factor in career fulfilment, flexibility, performance and compensation.

Compensation Tips for Global Expansion

Companies looking to expand their global footprint must wrap their arms around the complexity and multifaceted nature of compensation and incentive design. All too often, companies replicate their headquartered company policies as they expand, which can lead to a host of problems. In this article, we tackle some of the complexities of global pay practices and policies to assist businesses that are expanding internationally.

Policies for Managing Pay in Volatile Markets

We interviewed leading multinationals in the technology industry to understand what policies are in place and what lessons they have learned when handling volatile external situations.

Broad Corporate Governance Changes Proposed in Canada

The federal government of Canada introduced Bill C-97, which proposed several important amendments to the Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA).

5 Questions to Ask Yourself When Choosing a Compensation Survey

The key to selecting the appropriate survey for your company is to know the right questions to ask and to ensure the survey is tailored to your company’s needs.

Technology Wage Growth in Other Regions of the UK is Catching Up to London. Why It Matters.

Inner London may continue to be the central hub within a thriving UK tech sector, but other regional hot spots for tech talent are close on its heels.

5 Reasons to Revisit Your Job Architecture

More companies are making changes to their job architecture in response to market forces – from pay equity to rapid growth. We explain how to determine if your structures need a facelift.

The Era of Low ESPP Participation Is Over

Aon has partnered with Carver Edison to aid plan sponsors in understanding the impact to financial reporting, tax accounting and company balance sheet of a Carver Edison ESPP as compared to a traditional ESPP.

Sizing the SaaS Sales Organization for Growth

There is no one-size-fits-all approach for how to best scale sales organizations for private software companies, but there are benchmarks and proven approaches to scale cost-effectively.

Glass Lewis Updates Proxy Reports to Reflect Sustainability Metrics and Corporate Meetings

Glass Lewis made notable updates to its 2019 proxy season reports, including analyzing how new sustainability standards impact issuers and disclosing whether it has met with a company.

Developing a Winning People Strategy for New Types of Technology Jobs at Retail Companies

As retail companies rapidly integrate technology-related jobs to their workforce, they find hiring and retaining people with these skills requires re-examining their rewards structures.

 

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