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Shareholder Engagement: A Key Component of Improved Say-on-Pay Outcomes in 2014
Towers Watson Link to more items from this source
Mar. 13, 2014

"The fourth season of mandatory say on pay ... is under way and ... the vast majority of companies continue to receive good marks from shareholders regarding their pay programs. Based on the first 131 Russell 3000 companies to hold their 2014 meetings, average support for say-on-pay resolutions is 94% so far this year, up from 90% in 2013. While 2% of companies failed their say-on-pay votes last year, only one Russell 3000 company has failed this year as of March 10[.]"

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