Badly designed packages 'can cause excessive pay'

July 2012
Employee Benefits;Jul2012, p14
The article focuses on the Employee Benefits Summit 2012. Delegates at the summit said that badly designed bonus or reward packages are the likely cause of excessive executive pay. David Bolchover, author of the book "Pay Check: Are Top Earners Really Worth It?," says that there are three main justifications for high executive pay.


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