Strategies for gaining a powerful edge in the executive talent wars The competition for executive talent is fierce, making it imperative that executive compensation programs become an integral part of every company's strategic business plan. qThe Complete Guide to Executive Compensationq provides in-depth coverage of current issues and trends in designing and administering executive compensation packages that are strategically, economically, and culturally sound. Renowned compensation and benefit expert Bruce Ellig begins by providing guidance for board members and company executives on defining a company's organization, culture, and business strategy, in order to establish a framework for executive compensation. He then discusses the often difficultbut essentialissues within that framework, including: Pay positioningrelative to the competitive environment Risk profilethe mix of salary, incentive compensation, and benefits Leveragethe relationship between incentive plan payouts and performance Timingthe mix of short- versus long-term incentive programs Incentive plan designobjectives, performance measures, and participation qaquot; Praise for aquot;The Complete Guide to Executive Compensationaquot; aquot;This book is a human resource executivea#39;s dream. It has something for everyone involved with executive compensation designers, approvers, and beneficiaries.
|Title||:||The Complete Guide to Executive Compensation|
|Author||:||Bruce R. Ellig|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2001-11-22|