Most Companies Not Ready to Restore Executive Pay Cuts

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Published in SHRM October 12, 2009 by Stephen Miller

Most U.S. companies are not planning to restore executive pay cuts or freezes made during the economic crisis anytime soon, according to a survey by consultancy Watson Wyatt. As they prepare for continuing increased public scrutiny of executive pay, many are avoiding further short-term changes and focusing instead on long-term shifts toward better pay-for-performance and assessing their compensation programs within the context of risk management.

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