An increasingly critical duty for boards of directors relates to the supervision, compensation and retention of the senior executive leadership team. On this episode, the first in a two-part series, Michael Peregrine welcomes Tim Cotter, managing director of SullivanCotter, and Ralph DeJong, partner at McDermott Will and Emery, for a discussion on the latest trends and developments impacting the executive compensation committee’s decision-making process.
You will learn:
Where executive compensation is trending in 2020
Increasing expectations of engagement by members of the executive compensation committee
How coordination between the executive compensation committee and other board-level committees is increasing
Potential effects of political, reputational and other environmental factors on executive compensation decisions
Impact of today’s high CEO turnover on board oversight standards and talent retention practices in healthcare