March 2004
Employee Benefits Journal;Mar2004, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p64
Presents a summary of current literature reporting on compensation topics from several executives. "Executive Pay Trends and Golden Parachute Tax: A Collision on the Horizon"; "No Real Money on the Table"; "When to Pay Signing Bonuses."


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