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Explaining Pay for Performance: An Inexact Science, for Now
Towers WatsonLink to more items from this source
Mar. 26, 2015

"[C]ompany explanations of how pay is linked to performance vary widely -- when they're offered at all. While the prevalence of pay-for-performance discussions in proxy statements increased steadily since Dodd-Frank was enacted in 2010, it appears to have plateaued in the last year. Just over a quarter (27%) of Fortune 500 companies provided some type of pay-for-performance discussion in 2014, which was down slightly from the 28% of companies that included such a summary in 2013."

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