Executive Compensation: Is There a Gender Gap?
- Gender gap closing as female bonuses soar. // Employee Benefits;Oct2005, p14
Reports on the study which found that women managers are closing the gender pay gap on their male counterparts and are gaining promotion at a younger age in Great Britain. Survey of the average earnings increase among woman; Probabilities for woman managers to remain and resign; Trend and...
- Small rewards for small business. // Management Services;Dec1997, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p4
This article comments on the earnings of managers employed in various small companies. The Smaller Business Review, launched by the Institute of Management (IM) and Remuneration Economics, shows that executives in smaller companies has received 6 percent increase in their salary during the year...
- Tone-deaf insurers play Obama's tune. // Crain's Chicago Business;3/22/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p12
In this article, the author discusses the increasing salaries and bonuses to executives in the U.S.
- Negotiating an Executive Compensation Agreement. Burger, Peter F. // Business NH Magazine;Dec2002, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p27
Explores key issues relevant to negotiating an executive compensation agreement. Types of employment contracts; Identification of goals; Cash compensation; Cash bonuses; Deferred compensation.
- Bonuses and loans helping top managers offset recession pressure on compensation. // Management Review;Mar83, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p56
Focuses on a study showing an increase in the number of companies in the United States who are offering executive bonuses. Percentage of manufacturing firms that offer bonus plans; Popularity of long-term bonuses with manufacturers; Trend of providing top executives with interest-free or...
- Noch magerer als bereits erwartet. // Die Bank;jan2013, Issue 1, p73
The article discusses a survey conducted by the Centre for Economics and Business Research in London, England, of salary bonuses received in the city, showing them to be 6,400 British Pounds on average, less than the average of 33,000 pounds for the years 2006/7.
- jobbak a nÅ‘k esÃ©lyei a kÃ¶zszfÃ©rÃ¡ban? ANNA, LOVÁSZ // Kozgazdasagi Szemle / Economic Review;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 60, p814
The proportion of female workers is significantly higher in the public sector than in the private, for several possible reasons: different preferences towards job characteristics, or perhaps lower discrimination against women in the public sector due to strict wage grids and hiring and promotion...
- Where are all the women? // Accountancy;Oct2003, Vol. 132 Issue 1322, p31
There are just five female finance directors (FD) featured in the 2003 survey of Accountancy. Two are new to the survey: Margaret Ewing joined BAA as finance director in 2002 and Rona Fairhead was appointed FD of Pearson during the same year. The highest paid female FD was Helen Weir of...
- Situation Report. // Time;3/20/1972, Vol. 99 Issue 12, p91
The article provides information on the sex discrimination in the earnings of women at work.