Boards shouldn’t consider the minimum wage decision as a factor in upcoming remuneration reviews without carefully considering the context of that decision.
The Agenda is our must-read summary of issues concerning Boards of Directors and Government.
Data has become the linchpin of almost every Board decision. But when it comes to HR and pay data, many Boards are flying blind.
In a volatile market, movements in share price can make a mockery of targeted benchmarking based solely on rank.
When hiring new talent, an important decision is how much and what form of remuneration to offer the prospective hire.
An increasing number of remuneration committees are limiting their requests to benchmarking rather than seeking remuneration recommendations. This is a trend that concerns Egan Associates.
Long term incentives (LTIs) are the most complex and least understood element of executive remuneration. We describe and compare four simple ways to look at the value of LTIs offered to executives.
Five years after the introduction of the two strikes rule, it’s a good time to reflect on the legislation’s effectiveness in ensuring reasonable executive remuneration.
Egan Associates takes a detailed look at the remuneration reports of Australia’s top companies and identifies key trends.
Egan Associates has prepared a summary of 2016 institutional investor and proxy advisor views for your reference.