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2014 Trends and Developments in Executive Compensation (PDF)
Meridian Compensation Partners, LLC Link to more items from this source
May 22, 2014
"Companies are going to greater lengths to evaluate and demonstrate a strong relationship between executive pay and performance ... 96% of companies expect shareholder support above 70% in 2014, typically in the mid to high 90's. Merit increases remained relatively modest (median of 3%) for both executives and non-executives.... Long-term performance plans now make up 53% of total [Long-Term Incentive] award values, with stock options down to only 18%."

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