Are You Paying Attention to Executive Salaries at Your Nonprofit? Should You?

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 23. January 2012 09:09

Yes, you should be interested, regardless of your level of involvement. As a donor, you work hard for your money and you should give it to diligent, effective organizations that use donations wisely. If you are even more involved and serve as a nonprofit board member, you are responsible for the compensation decisions of your organization. What's more, if you work for a nonprofit, there’s easily accessible salary data to assess your compensation level.


New ERI White Paper - Principles of Merit Pay

by ERI Salary Surveys 3. January 2012 10:39

Realizing that people respond to rewards isn’t a difficult notion to grasp. Determining how much to reward, to whom, and when, however, are complex decisions organizations contend with to motivate employees and retain high performing individuals in a competitive market.


New ERI White Paper - Evaluating Salary Survey Methodologies

by ERI Salary Surveys 20. December 2011 07:55

In “Evaluating Salary Survey Methodologies,” Senior Researcher Jonas Johnson, Ph.D., examines the methodologies behind three sources of salary survey data: surveys from national statistic offices, traditional salary surveys, and salary survey analytics.


ERI in the News -- Executive Compensation

by ERI Salary Surveys 5. December 2011 13:07

Check out Trade Show Executive’s recent article “What’s in Your Wallet?,” by Danica Tormohlen, Contributing Editor. Tormohlen contacted ERI for compensation research and insight while compiling a special report on compensation trends for trade show executives.


Executive Compensation and Deconstructing TSR Metric

by ERI Salary Surveys 30. November 2011 14:22

The prevalent use of Total Shareholder Return (TSR) as a payout or vesting trigger for long-term executive compensation elements begs the question, "How is TSR derived?"


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