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PHILADELPHIA -- Top U.S. companies reduced compensation levels in a year of remarkable turbulence for executive pay, according to results from The Wall Street Journal/Hay Group 2008 CEO Compensation Study released today. The Wall Street Journal partnered with Hay Group for the second year on its annual study, which examines how large companies were compensated across all forms of pay in fiscal 2008. For the first time since 2001, CEO compensation levels showed declines in 2008, with overall cash compensation decreasing 8.5%. Driving this change was a double-digit drop in annual incentives, which fell by 10.9%. Not surprisingly, ...
Soaring Star Productions' "Pocket Snails Potty Adventure" children's DVD continues to receive recognition for its entertaining and innovative approach to potty training with the Mr. Dad Seal of Approval from America's Most Trusted Dad™, Armin Brott, and the Preferred Choice Award from Creative Child Magazine. Since its September 2007 release, the DVD has been recognized by such prestigious organizations as NAPPA, Dr. Toy, Kids First!, The Dove Foundation and The Toy Man, and has attracted many positive reviews and media attention including the Arizona Republic's Tony Lombardo who concluded: ... market research, surveys and trends
Should Motivation Strategies Be Different for Top Performers vs ...
As we continue to emerge from the recession, companies will be struggling with retention and loyalty. The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) recently reported that “more managers resigned from their jobs in the past year than in the previous 12 months” – and that was in the midst of the recession. Think how much more these resignations will grow in the recovery. Hay Group focused on the importance of recruitment and retention of key talent in their recently issued report: “The Changing Face of Reward.” “The focus is on motivating, engaging, and rewarding critical high performers. … Reward strategy is now driven in the ... market research, surveys and trends


Engaging and Enabling Employees
Hay Group recently partnered with a leading wireless communications technology firm, employing approximately ... managing their own careers within the organization .... producing $10 billion in product, increasing productivity by 30 percent ... Put the right people in the right jobs by focusing on job sizing and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Executive pay slips for second year in a row - U.S. business ...
Top company bosses saw their pay decline further in 2009, the first time in two decades that it has fallen for two consecutive years, according to a new analysis. The Hay Group management consultancy examined the salaries, bonuses, stock and long-term incentives of the chief executives of 200 major U.S. companies. The firm found that the median value fell by 0.9 percent last year to $6.95 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. In 2008, pay fell by 3.4 percent. However, the highest-paid executive in the survey, Ray R. Irani, CEO of Occidental Petroleum Corp, still made $52.2 million, the Journal reported, noting the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Making a life in Addison County: Many young adults choose to stay in Vt.
DERRICK DYKSTRA, 28, spends long hours working on his New Haven farm to keep afloat in the face of low milk prices. Although there is a perception that many young people are leaving Vermont, Dykstra is among a group who have returned to set down roots in their home state. Independent photo/Trent Campbell Editor’s note — You’ve seen the headlines, you’ve heard the personal stories from friends and neighbors: Vermont needs to create more opportunities for its young people or else they will leave the state. But many young adults choose to stay here and many others return after a few years away. This is the first installment of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Every School Every Thursday - Des Moines West
Third-graders traveled to North High School on May 18 to participate in the All Schools Musical. The event is sponsored by the district for all third-grade students. Our students had a wonderful time performing in the musical and meeting students their age from other schools. Field Day is scheduled for June 7. Students will participate individually and as groups in this annual event. Parents that are interested in volunteering to help should call 243-1174. Our Talent Show will be held on June 9. The show is open to performances by both students and staff. Those who participated last year did an excellent job and this year looks ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Engage Employees and Boost Performance
atively simple jobs the difference in discretionary performance between supe- .... Hay Group — which has helped dozens of leading international companies ..... think long-term about their careers and want to know that they are using ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Measuring Differences Between Federal and Private Pay
Cover photos (top to bottom) courtesy of the following: left-hand column--NASA Langley Research Center, Congressional Budget Office, and USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (photo by Ron Nichols); middle column--National Institute of Standards and Technology (photo by Barry Gardner), National Institute of Standards and Technology (photo by H. Mark Helfer), and Bureau of the Census; and right-hand column--NASA Langley Research Center, National Institute of Standards and Technology (photo by Barry Gardner), and USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (photo by Bob Nichols). T his paper--which was prepared at the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
CAREER PATH: Human Resources/Change Management
you will become a human resources manager of a group or division with general HR ... in HR consulting that recruit on campus such as Hay Group, Hewitt ... Career packet “Careers in Human Resource Management” in Kresge Library. ...
Google Answers: Business and Money>Employment
I need to know the turnover statistics and the reasons for the turnover for those who chose a career in sales. For example, "xxx% of the people who choose a career in sales, leave the profession after xxx years and site the following reasons: xxx% couldn't make enough money, xxx% didn't like the rejection, etc...." Therefore, this is the question. What are the turnover statistics in sales and what are the reasons for these turnover statistics? Thank you According to an article at Diversity Publishing , on average, there is a 30 percent turnover rate in sales in a given company, which means there are ...
"How would you effectively manage training and development in a ...
It depends on whether you view training as a "necessary evil" or a positive influence for the future. If the latter, then one needs to put even more resources into the training function when employees are more likely to have time to focus on it - during the downturn. Unfortunately, too many companies take the other approach, and "downsize" training because they cannot see the benefit. Thus, it's up to training management to sell the benefits to the executive level. This can't happen only when times get tough, however. Training management needs to ALWAYS be looking for ways to demonstrate the benefits of training to ...