The OECD has recently released its 2019 report Education at a Glance: OECD Indicators, revealing that Australian teacher salaries are among the highest across the
As part of its Corporate Governance Taskforce, ASIC has recently appointed organisational psychologist Elizabeth Arzadon from Kiel Advisory Group to assist with targeted reviews of
In recent years, wage growth in Australia has been uncharacteristically low in a range of key labour cost advices, including the Wage Price Index (WPI).
Considering some observations made by proxy advisers, institutional investors and researchers pertaining to the 2018 financial year, we believe some key issues for 2019 AGMs
In late February the ASX released the most recent edition of their Corporate Governance Council’s Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations. We note that the recommendations
As a Federal election year, 2019 is likely to see ongoing comment on the equity and equality of pay as the two major political parties
The recently released Report from the Government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) indicates greater representation of women in leadership roles in the five years to
The forensic examination of documents by the Hayne Royal Commission is likely to lead to additional demands being placed upon Remuneration Consultants and Board Remuneration Committees.
When it comes to executive remuneration there are multiple stakeholder commentators including government institutions such as ASIC and APRA, universities and think-tanks, remuneration consultants, proxy advisors, retail and institutional investors to name a few.
The decade since the Global Financial Crisis can be regarded as one of considerable change in relation to incumbency and reward.