Executive pay: where’s the value for money?

Balls, Ashley
November 2015
NZ Business + Management;Nov2015, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p56
Trade Publication
The article focuses on current issues related to executive pay in New Zealand. Topics discussed include the recent announcement of an 18 percent pay rise for the chief executive officer (CEO) of dairy company Fonterra, the process for assessing CEO pay in very large organisations, and information on New Zealand's business environment.


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