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New York Times: Medicine’s Top Earners Are Not the M.D.s

Posted by Amy Kaminski on May 20, 2014 7:20:36 AM

Original Article: New York Times

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Topics: In the News, executive compensation, Salaries, Healthcare

Companies Offering Executive Perks Despite Stricter Regulations and Heavy Debate

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Dec 13, 2012 2:00:31 AM

Kansas City, Kan. – Scrutiny of executive pay has seen a steady rise over the past few years, due in part to stringent SEC disclosure regulations and the Frank-Dodd Act say on pay requirements. Executive perquisites play no small part in these examinations as many companies offer them as a way to entice and retain the strongest leaders. The Compdata Surveys Executive Compensation 2012/2013 survey results found supplemental life insurance continues to be the perquisite most commonly offered to CEOs at 43.3 percent.

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Topics: News, executive compensation, Executive Perquisites, perquisites

Employers Still Offer Executive Perks Despite Scrutiny

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Dec 12, 2012 8:51:16 AM

Scrutiny of executive pay has seen a steady rise over the past few years, due in part to stringent SEC disclosure regulations and the Frank-Dodd Act say on pay requirements. Executive perquisites play no small part in these examinations as many companies offer them as a way to entice and retain the strongest leaders. The Executive Compensation 2012/2013 survey results found supplemental life insurance continues to be the perquisite most commonly offered to CEOs at 43.3 percent.

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Topics: dataLink, executive compensation, Executive Perquisites

Americans Eyeing Executive Salaries as Election Approaches

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Oct 24, 2012 9:08:19 AM

Original Article: The Recruiters Lounge

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Topics: In the News, compensation, executive compensation, Salaries

Americans Eyeing Executive Salaries as Election Approaches

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Oct 24, 2012 3:16:05 AM

Kansas City, Kan. – With the election just two weeks away and much emphasis being placed on the increasing wage gap between the upper and middle classes, executive pay is once again becoming a source of scrutiny for many Americans. Compdata Surveys' Executive Compensation 2012/2013 survey results reported chief executive officers earned an average base salary of $413,300 in 2012.

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Topics: compensation, News, executive compensation, Salaries

Executive Pay Sees Slight Uptick; Perks Still Dropping

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Feb 14, 2012 10:45:37 AM

Since the onset of the economic downturn, organizations across the country found their executive compensation packages placed under a magnifying glass and scrutinized at every turn. Now, average base rates are slowly recovering but fewer companies are offering perquisites to their highest-ranking employees. According to the Executive Compensation 2011/2012 survey results, 61.5 percent of organizations offer perquisites to their chief executive officers. That’s down from 77.6 percent in 2010.

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Topics: dataLink, executive compensation, Executive Perquisites

Fewer CEOs collecting bonuses, incentives, perks

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Feb 6, 2012 11:44:40 AM

Original Article: HRMorning.com

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Topics: In the News, executive compensation, Executive Perquisites

Executive Pay Sees Slight Uptick; Perks Still Dropping

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Jan 31, 2012 4:35:52 PM

Since the onset of the economic downturn, organizations across the country found their executive compensation packages placed under a magnifying glass and scrutinized at every turn. Now, average base rates are slowly recovering but fewer companies are offering perquisites to their highest-ranking employees. According to the Executive Compensation 2011/2012 survey results, 61.5 percent of organizations offer perquisites to their chief executive officers. That’s down from 77.6 percent in 2010.

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Topics: dataLink, executive compensation, Executive Perquisites

Fewer Companies Offering Perks and Incentives to CEOs

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Jan 24, 2012 9:04:04 AM

Kansas City, Kan. – Executive compensation packages are being dissected under a microscope these days and companies are finding it more difficult to offer perquisites and incentives to their companies' leaders, without facing backlash from the public. The Executive Compensation 2011/2012 survey results found the number of companies offering perquisites to CEOs has fallen from 89.8 percent in 2009 to 61.5 percent in 2011.

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Topics: News, executive compensation, Executive Perquisites

Executive Pay Sees Slight Uptick; Perks Still Dropping

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Jan 23, 2012 4:35:45 PM

Since the onset of the economic downturn, organizations across the country found their executive compensation packages placed under a magnifying glass and scrutinized at every turn. Now, average base rates are slowly recovering but fewer companies are offering perquisites to their highest-ranking employees. According to the Executive Compensation 2011/2012 survey results, 61.5 percent of organizations offer perquisites to their chief executive officers. That’s down from 77.6 percent in 2010.

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Topics: dataLink, Utilities, executive compensation, Executive Perquisites

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