This session will serve as a discussion of current and emerging trends that we are seeing in the Executive Compensation environment as well as a wrap-up of the 2013 proxy season. Say on Pay voting, the increasing influence of proxy advisory firms like Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) and Glass Lewis, and enhanced and growing disclosure have all dramatically changed the landscape of the public company’s HR team’s role in managing the executive compensation process. Private companies too have responded to these same trends as their pay practices continue to evolve toward those of public companies, driven in part by their Directors also sitting on the Board of public companies and seeing them first hand.
Specific topics to be covered would include:
- Incentive Program Performance Metric Selection
- The Continuing Emerging Role of Realizable Pay
- Compensation at Executive Terminations
- CEO Succession and Contract Considerations
- Navigating the Say on Pay Process
- 2013 Proxy Season Wrap-up and Lessons Learned
The presenters will use their experience consulting on such issues to public and private company clients to cover these trends and their implications for HR and Executive Compensation professionals via case studies and an interactive discussion.
In addition to relevant case studies, the presentation will include the latest Pay Governance research related to pay and performance alignment, Say on Pay and ISS results, and other topics. Additionally, we will show real life examples of how companies have discussed such issues and topics in their proxy CD&A’s to communicate with shareholders and help with the Say on Pay voting.
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