More incentives offered to rank and file

Reese, Shelly
February 2011
Managed Healthcare Executive;Feb2011, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p32
Trade Publication
The article discusses the 2010 Health Insurance Industry Compensation Report of Hay Group Holdings Inc. in the U.S. It states that a quarter of the 66 organizations are offering deals to the rank and file including incentives and bonuses, 10% are offering stock-based awards, and 63 % are using non-cash recognition awards. A chart showing the median compensation values in 2010 of top executive officers is presented.


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