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- Perks for overseas posts eroded. // Accountancy;Aug1996, Vol. 118 Issue 1236, p12
The article highlights the report "Management Moves," by the Monks Partnerships. The report found that fewer companies in Great Britain meet housing costs both at home and in host countries than in 1993. Companies are providing fewer benefits to executives they post abroad. Most of the companies...
- BOSSES FEEL THE CHILL. Twentyman, Jessica // Director;Dec2009, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p44
The article discusses findings from the 2009/2010 Directors' Rewards Survey done by Croner Reward Group and includes feedback from four directors. The results show that 50 per cent of executive directors had their pay either frozen or cut while the rest received an average pay raise of 3.2 per...
- Compensating Your Overseas Executives, Part 3: Exporting U.S. Stock Option Plans to Expatriates (Book). // Benefits Quarterly;1991 Third Quarter, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p99
Presents an abstract of an article on compensating overseas executives, published in the January-February 1991 edition of the periodical ï¿½Compensation and Benefits Reviewï¿½.
- Docking the Pay of Managerial Employees: The Wage and Hour Law's Potential Trap for the Employer. Prozzi, James A. // Labor Law Journal;Jul91, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p444
This article discusses the prohibition against docking pay of a managerial employee for certain specific absences from work under the Wage and Hour Law in the U.S. The Labor Department regulations outlining the managerial employee exemption from overtime state that the employee must be...
- SALARY SNAPSHOT. // Marketing (00253650);5/10/2006, p95
This article focuses on the salary earned by assistant product managers of companies in Great Britain. Assistant product managers are typically educated to degree level with an experience of two to three years. The average age in this role is 28 years. Those in consultancy are paid best, with a...
- career clinic. Druce, Chris // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;8/12/2004, Vol. 193 Issue 4336, p48
Answers a question on what factors a conference and events manager should consider to have regular hours and higher salary. Advantage of a contract catering; Benefits of working in the public sector.
- Infoline. // NACD Directorship;Nov97, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p15
Presents some news briefs concerning top management companies. Growth of top executive pay over revenues and profits; High rates of salary in Asia; Performance of investor relations communicators in the corporate world of United States.
- For hire: Soviet physicists and chemists. Geake, Elizabeth // New Scientist;10/12/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1790, p16
Reports on the attempts made by scientists from the Soviet Union to sell their expertise abroad for hard currency by getting work contracts from overseas companies to pay researchers' salaries. Involvement of two Soviet groups, the International Solidary Association and Mucates; Work contracts...
- After the red tape, a red alert on taxation. // Management Services;Dec2001, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p5
You have sorted your company's grievance procedures, complied with complex health ∓ safety regulations, ensured no-one exceeds maximum working hours or is paid less than the minimum wage. All the red tape has been dealt with and even the new Self-Assessment tax returns have been completed on...