Now is the time to prepare and inform yourself and, if necessary, assist your clients in making the necessary changes to meet the new deferred compensation
requirements without incurring penalties.
Many real estate investment trusts are working with new metrics to formulate their executive compensation
plans, according to the Schonbraun McCann Group (SMG), a national real estate financial consulting firm.
They advocate their points by parading highly paid CEOs in front of the media and comparing CEO compensation
to that of the minimum wage workers (implicitly assuming that minimum wage workers have the same productivity levels as Chief Executives).
" generally refers to an arrangement to pay an employee for services well after the services are performed.
The average salary and total compensation
for 2003 as well as the median salaries for 2002 and 2003 are given in Table 1.
and learning occurred at a rate not possible without motion.
that, while earned now, is paid to you or made available at a later date.
"The database is at the core of all critical IT solutions and computing environments, including compensation
management," said Reed Taussig, president and CEO of Callidus Software.
[In our view, the compensation
issue shows a serious corruption in modern U.S.
Bill Richardson, energy secretary at the time, in announcing an early version of the compensation
plan for workers, said that "the government is done fighting workers, and now we're going to help them."
has always been part art and part science.
 Instead, it attempts to demonstrate succinctly the legal framework under which compensation
issues should be incorporated into a resolution of current water disputes, thereby providing Israeli and Palestinian negotiators with a threshold point for seriously and practically addressing compensation
concerns more generally.