Why pay for no results?

Hubbard, Graham
November 2003
BRW;11/13/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 44, p67
Trade Publication
Suggests that chief executives pay rates are not related to performance. Evidence that long-term winning organizations are paid less than the average top-50 chief executive; Lack of relationship between general performance and pay; Need for a long-term pay that is related to long-term performance.


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