The first Newsletter of the 2018 calendar year provides not only comment on contemporary issues, but also includes comment on the 10 most popular articles over the last 60 editions of our Newsletter and the most widely read Key Management Personnel Reports (KMP Reports) of the past 5 years.
Data has become the linchpin of almost every Board decision. But when it comes to HR and pay data, many Boards are flying blind.
2016 has been eventful for Egan Associates, and 2017 is shaping up to be even more so.
Egan Associates Principal John Egan outlines the elements that need to be considered by universities when determining the remuneration of Vice Chancellors and senior staff.
Egan Associates has featured in two articles, one on bonus pay in the public service and the other on the gender pay gap in Australia’s top Board rooms.
John Egan has been quoted in an article published by the Canberra Times about the expected remuneration of Australia National University’s next vice-chancellor.
The Australian Institute of Company Directors has published an article in its latest Company Director Magazine on our latest KMP Report, The Rise and Rise of Risk.
Founder CEOs and Executive Chairmen have outperformed in Egan Associates’ most recent analysis of long serving CEOs over the last five years.
Initial submissions to the Productivity Commission’s review of the workplace relations framework have already presented perspectives on Australia’s future workplace relations environment.
Egan Associates has updated our website so you can easily access our details no matter what device you’re using.