Fatter Paychecks Expected at Tech Firms

Radford's David Knopping recently connected with The Wall Street Journal to share his thoughts on compensation trends for key executives at venture-backed and pre-IPO technology companies amid new data pointing to higher pay for sales and technology function leaders.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

Biopharma Job Outlook Bleak through Mid-Decade

With a number of layoffs planned in the next year at big pharma companies in both the US and Europe, GEN News connected with Radford's Linda Amuso to discuss the overall hiring environment at life sciences companies. Leveraging Radford's comprehensive database, Linda provided insights on the differing prospects for employees at small, mid- and large-sized firms.

Source: Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

What do San Diego's CEOs make?

Keeping with past tradition, the San Diego U-T published its annual CEO compensation report today. Inside you'll find the latest updates on pay trends in the region along with commentary from Radford's Ken Wechsler on the growing importance on Say-on-Pay votes.

Source: San Diego Union Tribune

Start-Up Staff Getting More Cash

Leveraging new data from Radford's Pre-IPO/Ventured-Backed Survey, The Wall Street Journal explores the shrinking compensation gap between private and public companies in Silicon Valley as the war for talent heats up.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

Boards Assail Proxy Advisors' Peer Groups

Radford Associate Partner David Knopping provides commentary on the contrasting approaches used by ISS and Glass Lewis to develop peer groups when conducting pay for performance assessments. With key advisory firms revising their methodologies ahead of Say-on-Pay votes, companies are now racing to understand the implications of these policy changes.

Source: Agenda Week

A New Vehicle Cruises Slowly Into LTI Plans

Radford's Terry Adamson provides commentary in this article explaining market stock units.

Source: Agenda Week

Executive Compensation: Getting Philosophical

In this contributed article, Radford's Ken Wechsler and Alexander Cwirko-Godycki discuss many of the important decision points executives and Boards of Directors face when developing a compensation philosophy.

Source: Vistage Connect