Pay raises up sharply for top management

October 2003
Westchester County Business Journal;10/20/2003, Vol. 42 Issue 42, p7
Reports on the increase of salaries of executives according to the Survey of Top Management Compensation comparing data reported by organizations that participated in both the 2002⁄2003 and 2003⁄2004 compensation periods. Percentage of executives receiving salary increases for 2003; Growth in percentage comparing with the 2002 increase; Average of the increased salaries for 2002; Philosophy behind the salary increase.


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