Many companies have restructured their executive pay-for-performance programs to prepare for the first “say on pay" vote in the 2011 proxy season. Experts from consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers detail concrete preparations and advice for companies to reform their executive compensation practices in anticipation of what promises to be an even tougher shareholder vote in 2012.
When the Securities and Exchange Commission enhanced disclosures from 2010’s Dodd-Frank Act, the law’s "say on pay" vote provision gave shareholders new perspective into the workings of companies’ executive compensation programs, especially the pay for performance relationship.
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