Remote-Work Policies Still in Development: Survey
Only 37% of the employers surveyed by Willis Towers Watson in October had remote-work policies in place prior to 2020.
CFOs’ Lower Bonuses Cut Into Compensation Growth
Growth in CFOs' total compensation was off nearly three percentage points last year.
DoorDash Sued Over Tipping Practices
The company allegedly took millions of dollars in customer tips meant for delivery people and used them to cover base pay.
Rep. Waters: Pay Raise for Wells Fargo CEO ‘Outrageous’
CEO Tim Sloan’s total compensation increased 4.9% last year to $18.4 million, including a $2 million bonus.
Pay Raises for CFOs and Finance Staffers Outpace Last Few Years
Base salary increases for finance executives and staffers averaged 4.3% in 2017; CFOs received an average raise of 5.7%, according to AFP.
CFOs Saw Higher Salary Increases Than CEOs
In addition, a greater percentage of CFOs than CEOs received raises in 2016, according to a study by Compensation Advisory Partners.
CFO Base Pay Rose 2.8% in 2016
But average pay raises for controllers and management-level finance team members were higher, according to the AFP.
Square-Off: Is Executive Pay Too Low, Too High, or Just Right?
Here are four fresh takes in the ceaseless debate over compensation for CEOs and CFOs.
Memo to Hurting Retailers: Redo Comp Plans ASAP
The bankruptcy process will be smoother if compensation programs are rethought early on.
Raising the Minimum Wage Makes Economic Sense
When minimum wage is too low, it not only mires workers in poverty, it undermines the consumer demand at the heart of our economy.
Square-Off: Is Raising the Minimum Wage a Good Idea?
It may be a good idea, but for whom? Experts weigh in on the impacts a minimum wage increase could have on employment and the economy.