Payless Shoes Fits the ERI Executive Compensation Index

by Malak Kazan, CECP, CCP, CBP, GRP 31. October 2011 07:10

ERI Economic Research Institute’s Executive Compensation Index for the first half of 2011 indicated that restricted stock awards increased 27.8%, and bonuses and non-equity incentives increased 32%, while base salaries and stock option awards were relatively constant for the year. These results aligned with the bearish market, conservative spending, and shareholder activism against excessive risk compensation practices that were prevalent for the time period covered, which continue to spill over to current conditions. 

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Pay for Charity Board Members Under Fire

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 6. October 2011 09:14

In Massachusetts, paying charity board members could actually be against the law; if House Bill 3516 is passed.

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What’s Ahead for Nonprofit Executive Salary Increases? Not Too Much!

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 27. September 2011 09:16

The Chronicle of Philanthropy recently reported that planned increases for CEOs of charities and foundations will be modest again in the coming year–averaging around 3%.

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New ERI White Paper - Hospital CEOs' Incentive Plans

by ERI Salary Surveys 16. September 2011 12:17

ERI Economic Research Institute’s recent white paper, “Publicly-Traded U.S. Hospital Systems and 2010 Annual Incentive Performance Plans” by Malak Kazan, Senior Associate, is available for download via www.erieri.com.

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New York State to Review Nonprofit Executive Salaries

by Linda M. Lampkin, Senior Nonprofit Compensation Specialist 29. August 2011 09:18

New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced the creation of a task force to investigate executive compensation of nonprofit organizations that receive taxpayer subsidies from the state.

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