Marquez, Jessica
October 2005
Workforce Management;Oct2005, Vol. 84 Issue 10, p35
This article reports on the highest paid HR executives in the U.S. for 2004 based on U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission fillings. A common grievance that human resources managers often share is that their companies do not appreciate how their work contributes to their firms' bottom lines. That is obviously not the case at Home Depot. With a $1.2 million increase in total compensation, Dennis Donovan, the company's executive vice president of human resources, was the top-paid HR executive in 2004, up from second place in 2003.


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