Pay Ratio Rule: Tell Us What You Think
A chance for readers to sound off on the issue of requiring CEO-to-worker pay ratio disclosures.
Does the CEO Pay Ratio Rule Have Merit?
Three very interested observers of the executive compensation arena offer three distinctly different viewpoints on the latest major Dodd-Frank development.
Deep-Six the CEO Pay Ratio Rule
The disclosures are misleading and create an unjustified burden on companies, says Timothy J. Bartl of the Center On Executive Compensation.
Pay Ratio Rule Gives Shareholders Better Exec Comp Info
High CEO pay relative to other employees can erode morale, productivity, and loyalty, and thus the bottom line, says an AFL-CIO offical.
CEO Pay Ratio Opens Fair-Pay Debate to Everyone
With employees knowing a company's median pay level, those both below and above may have a lot of new questions.
Should Online Retailers Be Required to Collect State Taxes?
Four participants in the debate contend on whether states should get new taxing power.
Belief in Wellness Savings May Require Leap of Faith, but They’re Real
Even ignoring predictive analytics results, common sense says wellness savings are real, writes Mike Tinney, CEO of Fitness Interactive Experience.
Obamacare’s Worst Idea: Support for Wellness Programs
Steer clear if you're looking for an ROI, says Al Lewis, president of the Disease Management Purchasing Consortium.
Are Wellness Programs Cost Effective?
Four experts weigh in on whether or not they deliver enough return on investment.
Claims of Wellness Cost Savings Are Overblown: RAND
In fact, the programs lose 50 cents on the dollar, says Soeren Mattke, senior scientist at the nonpartisan research organization.