Incentive pay makes comeback among nonprofit execs

Welch, Sherri; Shea, Bill
September 2012
Crain's Detroit Business;9/24/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 40, p1
The article reports on an analysis of the compensation of top-paid nonprofit executives in 2010 in Detroit, Michigan. The analysis found that the trend on the use of incentive pay as a component of compensation is returning to pre-recession levels among executives of grant-making foundations, human services, and arts and culture organizations. Furthermore, it also shows that incentive pay is not prevalent among foundation heads.


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