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New York Times: Medicine’s Top Earners Are Not the M.D.s

May 20, 2014  from: In the News

Though the recent release of Medicare’s physician payments cast a spotlight on the millions of dollars paid to some specialists, there is a startling secret behind America’s health care hierarchy: Physicians, the most highly trained members in the industry’s work force, are on average right in the middle of the compensation pack.

Companies Offering Executive Perks Despite Stricter Regulations and Heavy Debate

December 13, 2012  from: News

The Compdata Surveys Executive Compensation 2012/2013 survey results found supplemental life insurance continues to be the perquisite most commonly offered to CEOs at 43.3 percent.

Employers Still Offer Executive Perks Despite Scrutiny

December 12, 2012  from: dataLink

Scrutiny of executive pay has seen a steady rise over the past few years, due in part to stringent SEC disclosure regulations and the Frank-Dodd Act say on pay requirements. Executive perquisites play no small part in these examinations as many companies offer them as a way to entice and retain the strongest leaders. The Executive Compensation 2012/2013 survey results found supplemental life insurance continues to be the perquisite most commonly offered to CEOs at 43.3 percent.

Americans Eyeing Executive Salaries as Election Approaches

October 24, 2012  from: In the News

Compdata Surveys’ Executive Compensation 2012/2013 survey results reported chief executive officers earned an average base salary of $413,300 in 2012.

Americans Eyeing Executive Salaries as Election Approaches

October 24, 2012  from: News

With the election just two weeks away and much emphasis being placed on the increasing wage gap between the upper and middle classes, executive pay is once again becoming a source of scrutiny for many Americans. Compdata Surveys’ Executive Compensation 2012/2013 survey results reported chief executive officers earned an average base salary of $413,300 in 2012.

Executive Pay Sees Slight Uptick; Perks Still Dropping

February 14, 2012  from: dataLink

Since the onset of the economic downturn, organizations across the country found their executive compensation packages placed under a magnifying glass and scrutinized at every turn. Now, average base rates are slowly recovering but fewer companies are offering perquisites to their highest-ranking employees. According to the Executive Compensation 2011/2012 survey results, the average base salary for Top Development Executive has seen a significant increase in the past couple years.

Fewer CEOs collecting bonuses, incentives, perks

February 6, 2012  from: In the News

In 2011, the number of companies offering perquisites to CEOs fell drastically to 61.5% from 89.8% in 2009, according to Compdata’s Executive Compensation 2011/2012 survey of 4,500 organizations nationwide.

Executive Pay Sees Slight Uptick; Perks Still Dropping

January 31, 2012  from: dataLink

Since the onset of the economic downturn, organizations across the country found their executive compensation packages placed under a magnifying glass and scrutinized at every turn. Now, average base rates are slowly recovering but fewer companies are offering perquisites to their highest-ranking employees. According to the Executive Compensation 2011/2012 survey results, the average base salary for Executive Director – Foundation has seen an increase in the past couple years.

Fewer Companies Offering Perks and Incentives to CEOs

January 24, 2012  from: News

The Executive Compensation 2011/2012 survey results found the number of companies offering perquisites to CEOs has fallen from 89.8 percent in 2009 to 61.5 percent in 2011.

Executive Pay Sees Slight Uptick; Perks Still Dropping

January 23, 2012  from: dataLink

According to the Executive Compensation 2011/2012 survey, the average base salary for Top Energy Generation Executive has seen a significant drop since last year.

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