'Prove payouts are reasonable.'

Beejadhur, Leena
November 2009
People Management;11/5/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 23, p8
The author comments on the issue of executive remuneration. She says that the British government is struggling to enforce a culture pay for performance while trying to avoid the perception of executive greed. She thinks that publicly funded firms must abide by different rules and that organizations should have a defensible pay scheme that is demonstrably reasonable.


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