Smaller Executive Pay Raises in 2005

Pomeroy, Ann
February 2005
HR Magazine;Feb2005, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p14
Focuses on the result of "2004/2005 U.S. Compensation Planning Survey Update," about the average executive pay conducted by Mercer Human Resource Consulting. Average executive pay increase in 2005; Need for employers to be concerned about their high-performing employees; Expectations on incentive pay.


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