CEO Pay Has ‘Catch’ as Executive Performance Targets Prevail, Hewitt Says
- By Alexis Leondis
Chief executive officers in the U.S. are getting bigger long-term incentive awards and more firms are tying those payouts to performance goals, a survey shows.
More companies are linking future stock and cash bonuses to specific targets, according to a study of 157 companies in the Fortune 250 released today by Hewitt Associates Inc., a Lincolnshire, Illinois-based human resources consultant. Thirty- five percent of companies in the Fortune 250 had performance plans in place in 2009 compared with 18 percent in 2003. (more…)