Committees : Compensation

article | March 1st, 2019

What’s Changed in Executive Compensation Since the Crisis

It might surprise you to learn what is different—and what is the same—in executive benefits and perquisites.

By: Matt Brei
article | January 8th, 2019

Enticing Compensation Strategies In An Active M&A Market

Talent issues can be a big benefit or a big risk in your next deal.

By: Kathy Smith, Kelly Earls, Steve Marlow
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article | November 6th, 2018

Solving the Puzzle of Compensation Plans and Diversity

If you want to compete for talent today, it’s not just how much you pay that matters. There’s more.

By: John J. Maxfield
article | October 31st, 2018

Talent and Customer Experience Can Be Evaluated Three Different Ways

Your competitive advantage could lie in making the two blend the right way for your bank.

By: Kelly Malafis, Shaun Bisman
article | October 30th, 2018

Compensation Plans Should Be As Strategic As They Are Attractive

A surprisingly low number of banks have a formal compensation philosophy.

By: Michael Blanchard
research | September 24th, 2018

Fueling Future Growth

Banks are facing an increasingly competitive talent landscape. Here’s how some are tackling the issue, based on the 2018 Compensation Survey.

By: Emily McCormick, vice president of research for Bank Director
video | September 6th, 2018

Compensation Governance in Today’s Economy

Boards and compensation committees are still under pressure, despite a strong economy.

By: Gayle J. Appelbaum
viewpoint | July 18th, 2018

Six Questions for Peer Group Selection

Here are six questions that may change the way you think about your compensation peer group.

By: Bryan Lemke
viewpoint | July 18th, 2018

Setting Goals to Incent High Performance

Companies that define specific measures and create accountability for achieving them are more likely to achieve the intended results.

By: Susan O'Donnell, Daniel Rodda
article | July 13th, 2018

A Long-Term Care Plan Can Attract Top Talent

The tax law offers advantages to employers and employees in planning for the future.

By: David Shoemaker, Ken Derks