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Assessing the Impact of New SEC Standards for Compensation Committee and Adviser Independence

At the end of June, the SEC released final rules under Section 952 of the Dodd-Frank Act pertaining to Compensation Committee and compensation adviser independence. These new standards will govern the means by which Boards maintain Committee member independence, manage potential conflicts of interests and assess the impartiality of key advisers.

Selecting the Best Approach for Responding to a Negative Say-on-Pay Recommendation

At the end of June, the SEC released final rules under Section 952 of the Dodd-Frank Act pertaining to Compensation Committee and compensation adviser independence. These new standards will govern the means by which Boards maintain Committee member independence, manage potential conflicts of interests and assess the impartiality of key advisers.

Mobilizing the Right Team to Respond to a Negative Say-on-Pay Recommendation

While there are no shortcuts for avoiding several days of hard work when proxy advisors send bad news your way, responding to their criticism through additional SEC disclosures and direct shareholder engagement can be a focused process if companies mobilize the right forces at the right time in the right manner.

New Legislation Eases the Path to an IPO

When President Obama signed the JOBS Act into law on April 5, his signature set in motion one of the most significant overhauls of the US initial public offering (IPO) system in recent history. With strong bipartisan support, this new bill creates a more streamlined approach for on-ramping companies through the IPO pipeline.

Sales Compensation Challenges - April 2012

Voluntary turnover remains high in the sales force and accurate quota setting is key.

Economic Outlook, Salary, and Employee Turnover - April 2012

Despite positive signs, the European economy remains exposed to downside risks during 2012 with unemployment continuing to rise.

Top Paying Technology Jobs in Germany

As a leading reward consultancy in the Technology and Life Science sectors, Radford monitors the main trends for key jobs in the Technology sector. With reference to our compensation data from nearly 340 technology companies in Germany we present a sample of our data which may be of interest to HR and Reward managers across the sector.

Economic Outlook, Salary, and Employee Turnover - March 2012

Growth estimates for 2012 have been revised slightly downwards. Read more about reward implications in this quarter's Radford Market Insight.

Unlocking ISS' Quantitative Approach for Assessing the Alignment of CEO Pay and Performance

On the heels of making voting policy changes for 2012, Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) also announced significant updates to its process for assessing the alignment of CEO pay and performance. Having reviewed the changes, Radford Consulting shares its view on how the tests are built and how they can be modeled.

ISS Releases Updated Industry Burn Rate Cap Tables for 2012

Instituional Shareholder Services (ISS) recently released an updated set of industry burn rate caps for 2012. The new caps, effective for shareholder meetings on or after February 1, cover both Russell 3000 and non-Russell 3000 companies in all industries.

Sales Compensation Challenges - January 2012

As the economic recovery remains slow, structuring incentive plans and accurately measuring performance is key.

Economic Outlook, Salary, and Employee Turnover - January 2012

Across Europe, fears of a mild recession dampen 2012 forecasts.

 

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