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The Role of the Board Remuneration Committee (extract)
This report followed the 2005 PARC study on The Role of the Board in Creating a High Performance Organisation. It focused on exploring the role, processes and practices of the Remuneration Committee in a number of major companies. Based on confidential interviews with Remco members, HR executives, consultants and others, a number of key issues emerged from the research.
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