Title: CEOs get $800,000 pay raise, leaving workers further behind

By The Washington Post | May 24, 2019 | Read more

Partner Eric Hosken explains one reason why CEO pay is increasing at a faster rate than it is for typical workers.

CEO Pay: When investors say “nay” on spiraling packages

By The Telegraph | May 24, 2019 | Read more

Partner Dan Laddin comments on common pay changes that companies make in reaction to low Say-on-Pay votes.

New Study Examines How Public Companies Measure Executive Performance

By Fredrikson & Byron | May 20, 2019 | Read more

CAP and the Corporate Board Member surveyed 258 public company board members to determine how board members measure performance and incorporate it in their company’s incentive compensation plans.

Paying for “The Right” Performance

By Harvard Law School Forum | May 16, 2019 | Read more

Partner Melissa Burek and Senior Associate Mike Bonner conducted a survey of over 250 U.S.-based directors of publicly traded companies to gauge how board members think performance should be measured and incorporated into incentive compensation plans.

Median Employee Pay Is Up, Pay Ratios Show

By Agenda | May 13, 2019 | Read more

Partner Eric Hosken discusses CEO pay ratio trends from CAP’s analysis of the first 201 proxies filed in 2019.

Majority Of Directors Say CEO Compensation Should Include Diversity And Inclusion Metrics, New Study Finds

By Corporate Board Member | Apr 26, 2019 | Read more

CAP and the Corporate Board Member found that 52% of directors believe diversity and inclusion metrics should be a factor in determining compensation decisions for their top executives in a survey of 258 public company board members

What public waste CEOs earned vs. median workers in 2018

By Waste Dive | Apr 25, 2019 | Read more

CAP’s pay ratio research was referenced by a study on pay disparity in the waste and recycling industry.

Majority of Directors Say CEO Compensation Should Include Diversity and Inclusion Metrics, New Study Finds Majority of Directors Say CEO Compensation Should Include Diversity and Inclusion Metrics, New Study Finds

By PR Newswire | Apr 23, 2019 | Read more

CAP and the Corporate Board Member found that 52% of directors believe diversity and inclusion metrics should be a factor in determining compensation decisions for their top executives in a survey of 258 public company board members

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