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According to Center Data, the average length of an S&P 500 CD&A has increased from 15.5 pages in 2012 to 17.7 pages in 2015.

In 2015, 40 S&P 500 companies, close to 9% of companies, saw shareholder support for their say on pay proposals swing more than 20 percentage points.

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Center-Led Panel at CHRO Summit Explores Role of CHRO in Linking Strategy, Governance and Compensation

March 18, 2017 [Center News Story]

At HR Policy Association's CHRO Summit this past week, Center On Executive Compensation …

BlackRock Releases 2017-18 Engagement Priorities: Compensation Metrics and Targets a Top Priority, More Attention to Human Capital Metrics

March 18, 2017 [Center News Story]

This week the BlackRock Investment Stewardship team (which includes proxy voting) released …

ISS Report Finds Company Earnings Goals "Generally Appropriate"

March 18, 2017 [Center News Story]

A new foray by ISS Incentive Labs into the world of incentive metrics found that generally …

San Francisco Takes Different Tack on Pay Ratio Legislation; California Repeals State Exec Pay Deduction Tax Rules

March 18, 2017 [Center News Story]

This week, the San Francisco City Council unanimously approved a resolution promised by …

SEC Chair Nominee Jay Clayton Clears Ethics Hurdles, Setting up March 23 Confirmation Hearing

March 11, 2017 [Center News Story]

While news of tweets and the Republican health care proposal dominated headlines this past …

With Tax Reform in Mind, Proposed GOP Health Care Bill Would Eliminate Health Insurer $500K Executive Pay Deductibility Cap

March 11, 2017 [Center News Story]

Health Insurers would no longer be subject to the $500K deductibility cap on executive …