Published on: December 3, 2021
Authors: Michele A. Carlin
Topics: ESG and Diversity & Inclusion
SIGNS OF CHANGE ARE ON THE HORIZON
Amidst the turmoil created by recession, political and social unrest, and a global pandemic, executive compensation practices in the U.S. have remained relatively stable over the past decade. Pay for performance is still the predominant approach to compensation design in public companies, equity remains the primary vehicle for creating alignment with shareholders and pay levels for executives continue to rise.
In this installment of our Executive Compensation Reimagined series, we’ll explore how companies who have decided to incorporate D&I metrics into executive pay can apply established principles used in selecting financial metrics to address this important design challenge. We’ll discuss the key steps in this process.