Under the Dodd-Frank reform law, large companies are required let their shareholders vote on compensation matters in elections known as say-on-pay.Read More
Hartford's Liam McGee had come under fire this year from the president of hedge fund manager Paulson & Co. and Hartford's largest single stockholder, who urged Hartford to break up the company in order to boost shareholder value.
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli wades in with his annual tally, estimating a 14% reduction in Wall Street bonuses last year, to $19.7 billion. That's a kiddie pool compared to 2006's Olympic-sized $34.3 billion payout.
About 70 percent of General Motors' 26,000 salaried U.S. workers are enrolled in a defined benefit, or traditional, pension plan. Those workers will be shifted to a 401(k) plan starting on Oct. 1, said Cindy Brinkley, GM's vice president of global human resources.Read More
Moving from the showroom to the Internet desk can be a tough transition for a salesperson. Internet car sales require a different skill set from showroom car sales. But if a salesperson succeeds, the payoff is sizable.
The investment company's total pay figures, disclosed in a proxy statement filed yesterday with the Securities and Exchange Commission, include both cash compensation and stock awards.
The case involving three employees of Redwood Shores, California-based Oracle, who lived in Colorado and Arizona but also worked in California and elsewhere. The employees, classified as instructors by Oracle, trained customers to use Oracle software.Read More
Human resources executives are by far the most optimistic group of professionals regarding extra pay surveyed by Robert Half, which polled the bonus expectations of people in such occupations as accounting, technology, law and advertising. Read More
Employers are burying their heads in the sand on job security and work stress—at their own peril.Read More
The agency finalizes controversial rule calling for level-fee arrangements; the new scheme also greenlights computer models.