Remuneration in UK Law
Chief Executive Pay and Remuneration Committee Independence*
This article tests the impact of remuneration committee independence on Chief Executive (CEO) pay. FTSE350 companies between 1996 and 2008 are used to assess whether remuneration committees facilit...
Executive remuneration: the power and dominance of human greed
Purpose: The paper aims to examine the role of human greed in the determination of executive remuneration in the UK. Design/methodology/approach: The paper reviews the past and existing regulation...
- FISHERMEN'S REMUNERATION SYSTEMS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT
- SOME LEGAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF FIDUCIARY REMUNERATION
- SOLICITORS' REMUNERATION: A CRITIQUE OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CONVEYANCING
Monitoring directors' remuneration, fat cat packages and perks of office
Purpose: This paper revisits existing regulatory approaches in tackling the practices of bogus and extravagant company directors' remuneration packages, often called “fat cat packages” which erode ...
Rolling out Vanco’s global remuneration package
Vanco’s Group HR Manager, Steve Mansfield, explains how the telecomms company was able to deliver a consistent benefits package to employees covering all of its regions.
Directors' remuneration. The need for a geo‐political perspective
There are many ways to construct an incentive program. However, most compensation plans tend to be focused on profitability and profitability‐related accomplishments with little or no incentive for...
Sectoral collective agreements: remuneration straitjackets for German workplaces?
Purpose: This paper aims to map some of the diversity in employee relations in Germany that is overlooked, first, within assessments of the German labour market that focus on the national level and...
Juridification in Chinese Labour Law: a cautionary tale of remuneration disputes
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the post-enactment status of China’s Labour Contract Law and Labour Dispute Mediation and Arbitration Law, focusing on the dramatic rise in remunera...
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