Egan Associates examined data from 2015 annual reports to investigate how an executives’ bonus level varies based on their fixed remuneration and industry.
The UK and US have announced new clawback requirements, expanding uncertainty for executives on whether earned bonuses and long term incentives will remain theirs to keep.
Analysis of the top 100 Australian companies by market capitalisation at 31 December 2014 has shown that over half of the CEOs received at least their target STI payment for the 2014 year.
Recent research has concluded that statutory limits on performance bonuses might be beneficial to organisations.
A recent Hays survey has revealed that New Zealanders are more willing to sacrifice salary for variable rewards than Australians.