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It’s been proven over and over again that using a pay for performance model can help to retain and inspire employees. However, getting started with a pay for performance plan is not easy.

Join Jaime Hansen and Karaka Leslie, as they discuss common barriers and best practices for creating a pay-for-performance program. You will walk away with ideas to infuse compensation into performance plans so that the plans are based on real data and tied to consequences.

Attend this webinar and learn:

  • Key trends in performance based pay
  • How to overcome the barriers of a pay-for-performance program
  • Tips on how to make a pay-for-performance program successful
  • How to tie strategy and pay to performance
Date: Jul 30 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Jaime Hansen
Cornerstone OnDemand

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Karaka Leslie
Payscale, Inc.

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Cornerstone OnDemand Payscale, Inc.
Virtual Conference Webcast
Trends in equity compensation affect many aspects of business, from the incentives faced by key employees to the dilution costs ultimately born by shareholders. This presentation will examine the ways that equity compensation has evolved in recent years, look beyond to where the practice might be headed, and summarize what compensation professionals should know about different equity vehicles. The last several years have seen a shift from stock option grants to full-value shares. Why? How do the trends vary by industry and company size? Equilar’s wealth of data on equity plan features and executive compensation helps illuminate both these questions and many others.
Date: Sep 8 2014
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Nicholas Baldo
Equilar Inc

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Equilar Inc
Virtual Conference Webcast
Excessive executive compensation within United States companies has historically been a problematic corporate governance issue. Despite many reform proposals, it has been resistant to change. CEO compensation continues to be a hot button issue in the U.S., sparking heated debate among activist shareholders, institutional shareholders, unions, employees, the media, and those who are concerned about income inequality.

This presentation will consider executive compensation through the lenses of popular opinion, empirical analysis, and corporate governance. Specific topics include the widening gap between executive and employee compensation, the pay mix of executive compensation by industry and organizational size, a case study of a recent failed Say on Pay vote, clawbacks, and a case study of a recent golden parachute that poses specific challenges with respect to the optics of executive compensation.

Date: Sep 9 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Stephanie R. Thomas
Cornell University Institute for Compensation Studies

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Cornell University Institute for Compensation Studies
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