Committees : Compensation
Pearl Meyer & Partners reviews the top five bank pay trends for 2015 based on its most recent survey.
Offering competitive compensation programs is an important factor in employee satisfaction and retention. But is it the most important thing?
Bank boards are changing the way they pay top executives, and the CEOs of CenterState Bank of Florida and Bridge Bancorp discuss how.
How can boards effectively evaluate the CEO and position the bank for the future?
Matt Brei at Blanchard Consulting Group writes about the popularity of restricted stock, and how banks use it to compensate both executives and directors.
Editor Jack Milligan writes about what motivates employees.
The contracts that protect executives in the event of a change-in-control are no longer the same. Nowadays, everything from tax gross-ups to triggers are under scrutiny.
Jim Bean at McLagan analyzes the latest trends in say-on-pay voting, providing a cautionary tale for banks that want a “yes” vote at their annual shareholder meetings.
Do antiquated evaluations really give you the insight you're looking for? Rethinking your approach can open a dialogue that could provide valuable feedback for your organization.
Pearl Meyer & Partners’ Kristine Oliver answers three questions compensation committees typically have this time of year regarding incentive planning.