Committees : Compensation
Boards and compensation committees are still under pressure, despite a strong economy.
Here are six questions that may change the way you think about your compensation peer group.
Companies that define specific measures and create accountability for achieving them are more likely to achieve the intended results.
The tax law offers advantages to employers and employees in planning for the future.
Directors and executives share their views on board composition and talent, and reveal how much CEOs and directors are paid.
What should boards consider as they evaluate the bank’s BOLI program?
Some banks are increasing their minimum wage, so don’t get left behind as competition increases for quality talent.
Well-designed nonqualified plans can help banks succeed in today's competitive talent landscape.
Here’s what compensation committees should know about what’s changed under the new tax law.
Employees expect to see increased pay as a result of tax reform’s expected positive impact on bank earnings, but banks should take a strategic approach.