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Download a complimentary executive summary and explore highlights of the national data gathered from 1,800 organizations. Examine current patterns and strategic insights that will guide your organization in choosing the right path for employee benefits. Contact your Gallagher representative to discuss further.
James Reda & David Schmidt write: “There are several ways to compare severance packages between private companies including emerging pre-IPO companies and public companies” Published in Financial Executive Winter 2014
It’s possible to control benefit costs while competing for talent in an era defined by constant change. This report presents a strategic analysis of the current state of the employee benefits market and provides data highlights from Gallagher’s full survey of U.S. employers.
Research Study from James Reda, Executive Compensation Consulting: This study provides a behind-the-scenes look at how incentives are being structured to connect pay and performance. Published 12/2013
Reda, Schmidt & Glass’ article examines compensation committees’ quest for a perfect formula that will be fair to managers & shareholders, and discusses how incentive design may become more complex & better represent company performance. (Workspan magazine, 2013)
Reda and Wert cover best practices for CEO hiring and succession, including executive pay philosophy and policy, as well as the pros and cons of internal and external candidates. (The Corporate Board, 12/2013)
Fox and Lawson’s COMPDOCTOR article outlines the differences between market and cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) pay increases. The culture in most public sector organizations provides employees annual pay increases for longevity and changes in the cost of living. (HR News magazine, 10/2013)
Reda and Schmidt find that, despite shareholders’ demands, there is little evidence of reductions in top executive pay. What’s changed? A higher percentage of pay is based on achieving performance targets, not just the stock price. (Financial Executive, 09/2013)
Research Study by Jack Connell, Kim Glass & David Schmidt, Executive Compensation Consulting, on executive compensation levels & practices when transitioning from pre-IPO to publicly traded company, covers 46 companies with 2011 IPOs. Published 2013