August 15th 2013
Moving Forward with Executive Reward
This workshop commenced with Jennifer Walmsley of Hermes explaining the background and purpose of the remuneration principles developed by Hermes, the NAPF and others. Tom Gosling of PwC then explained the ‘new model’ of executive pay that is emerging given the plans implemented by HSBC, Dairy Crest and others. The session generated considerable debate and discussion.
This resource is available to PARC members only. To access, please log in with your username and password.
You May Also be Interested in
May 3rd 2017
The Reform of Executive Pay - Interview with Alex Edmans
In this interview with Alex Edmans, Professor of Finance at London Business School, we are looking at the issue of executive rewardWatch Video
May 8th 2017
The Reform of Executive Reward
The recent PARC meeting focused on the following problem areas within executive reward: - the quantum of overall pay - the design of reward plans - the governance framework within which it operates.Read Post Meeting Review
June 8th 2016
Sales Incentive Practices Survey
Mercer has recently completed a deep dive into sales incentive practices across Europe, seeking to identify the unique practices that set high performing organisations apart. The study covered 80 organisation in 20 European markets.Read Event Document
June 22nd 2017
Incentives for Motivation and Performance: Current practice and future direction
PARC last looked comprehensively at incentive reward in 2010, in conjunction with WorldatWork.View Research
June 30th 2017
Incentives - What is their role in improving performance?
Where does the debate about the rights and wrongs of incentive structures stand now, and do we really understand what works and why – or why not? And where are we heading?Read Post Meeting Review
December 5th 2017
2018 PARC Programme
Our 2018 PARC Programme sets out the topics we will be discussing in the coming year, all of which are relevant to the wider business agendas of members and the continuing success of their organisations.Read Event Document