Commonwealth Bank is just one of a few Australian businesses that have faced shareholder votes against executive pay.
Two experts debate whether or not Australian executive pay should be benchmarked against that of US companies.
The research found it may be the executives, not the shareholders, who are holding back innovation in business.
Research shows the short-term view focus of senior executives may be inhibiting a long-term investment in innovation.
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev received a healthy remuneration package in 2016 despite scandals involving the bank.
Studies show performance-based incentives for CEOs do not lead to better organisational performance.
BHP Billiton Chief Executive Officer Andrew Mackenzie didn’t get his incentive payments in 2016 after the Samarco disaster.
Like in the US and UK, Australian companies should be forced to disclose how the pay of CEOs compares with that of an average worker.
The ever-widening gap between CEO and average worker pay has its roots in collective action by executives.
Talking tough against privilege.
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May's plans to transform business are more radical than they first appear.
CEO pay is heavily influenced by comparisons.
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New research helps explain why we collectively accept seemingly inappropriate executive pay.
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Behind all the hand-wringing over financial executive pay is a desire to moderate risk-taking. Financial markets may already have the answer to hand.
The difference between CEO and average workers’ pay is much greater than most people imagine, but Australians’ idea of the ideal ratio is higher than elsewhere.
A recently published study produced some revealing findings on beliefs about inequality in a range of countries around the world. The study, by Chulalongkorn University’s Sorapop Kiatpongsan and Harvard…
Australia’s highest paid CEO Nicholas Moore saw his salary grow to $13.1 million this year.
Almost everyone in a study soon to be published in Perspectives on Psychological Science thinks chief executive officers are paid significantly too much - almost everyone it suggests, except Australians…