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Today’s Crises Will Test Corporate Boards; Here Are Five Ways to Build Resiliency

Given the enormous risks presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and a renewed focus on social justice issues across the United States and globe, boards that have begun to address ESG issues in a material fashion will be better positioned to navigate current and future challenges. Below, we examine five steps boards can take to ensure they have the right processes in place.

Navigating Incentive Decisions in Times of Uncertainty in Southeast Asia and Beyond

Firms should proactively start thinking about adjusting their short- and long-term incentive schemes to better prepare for an uncertain economic future and ensure they are well- positioned for the road to recovery.

Examining the Impact of COVID-19 on TSR Metrics for Australian Firms

The COVID-19 pandemic, and the market volatility it has created, shines a light on some of the pitfalls of using relative total shareholder return metrics in incentive plans. Here’s how companies in Australia can respond to make their plans even stronger.

Back to the Future: Three Ways to Calibrate Your Sales Force to Survive a Downturn and Pursue Future Growth

During an economic downturn, sales leaders should place their energy into three critical focus areas to limit business erosion and support the development of long-term growth strategies.

Adjusting to a New Normal: It’s Time for HR to Rethink Workforce Metrics

The current health and economic crisis has upended the way we do work and requires organizations to go beyond everyday HR metrics to optimize costs and drive growth during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. To begin the work, start with these key workforce metrics.

Why Investing Time in Survey Benchmarking Now Will Pay Off Later

Putting effort into benchmarking your firm’s pay against relevant industry peers will make long-term compensation planning more effective.

For Companies in Malaysia, a Virtual Workforce is Prompting New Leadership Models and Ways of Measuring Productivity

During a recent webcast in Malaysia with Propay Partners, our experts discussed how business leaders are rethinking workforce models in the wake of a more virtual workforce.

Tips to Evaluate Discretionary Action for Executive Incentives in Australia

Examining the role of board discretion in determining executive incentive payouts for Australian firms amid the COVID-19 pandemic and considerations for FY21 incentive plans.

With Public and Private Firms Competing for Talent, Have Executive Pay Packages Changed?

CEO compensation is vastly different at public and private companies — from the total amount of pay to the way it’s structured. As both types of organizations increasingly compete for talent, understanding these differences is important to attract and retain executives.

 

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