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CEO sudden death research answers vexed question of top executives’ pay

All sides on the debate into top executives' pay have usually found common ground on just one thing - that there is no empirical way of telling if a CEO is overpaid or not. Now two academics claim they can…

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Management Today: Study: even dead CEOs get paid too much

A five-year study has concluded that 42% of top bosses are in fact overpaid, by examining what happens when one suddenly dies. The somewhat morbid research by Bang Dang Nguyen of the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and Kasper…

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Financial Times: Market reaction to a CEO’s death can reveal attitudes to pay

Share price reaction to the sudden death of a senior executive can show whether bosses are paid too much, according to research promoted by Judge Business School at Cambridge University. The FT covers research by Dr Bang Dang Nguyen into…

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Charities: the pay debate

Some leaders in the third sector are being paid more than their counterparts in the private sector. Is this an appropriate recognition of the challenge or does it 'bring the sector into disrepute'? What do you think of when you…

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2014 features charitypaydebate

Following the money

Does performance-related pay work? Dr Jonathan Trevor explores the issues. Pay for performance matters. It's a practice that crosses sectors, affects millions of employees globally and regularly makes the headlines. But there's a problem, says Dr Jonathan Trevor, Lecturer in…

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2014 features trevor followingthemoney

Reward at work strategies for Cambridge summit

A major conference around the future of reward at work is to be held in Cambridge at the end of September, organised by Cambridge Judge Business School and America's leading HR professionals' association, WorldatWork. Titled 'Future Reward: Strategies for a…

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Future Reward: Strategies for a Hyper-Competitive World

Thursday 24 September 2013 Downing College, University of Cambridge This one-day conference, jointly organised by WorldatWork, e-reward.co.uk (one of the UK's largest organisations for reward practitioners) and Cambridge Judge Business School, will explore the future of compensation and its impact…

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2013 news worldatwork

Pay management requires a 21st century shake-up

An acknowledged authority on HR and reward management suggests that a new approach to the management of pay is required to meet 21st century business structures. Dr Jonathan Trevor, Lecturer in Human Resources & Organisations at Cambridge Judge Business School,…

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2013 podcast trevor newpay

Pay management requires a 21st century shake-up

An acknowledged authority on HR and reward management suggests that a new approach to the management of pay is required to meet 21st century business structures. Dr Jonathan Trevor, Lecturer in Human Resources & Organisations at Cambridge Judge Business School,…

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2013 podcast trevor newpay

The Telegraph: MBA salary boost ‘halved since the mid-1990s’

The average salary boost provided by studying for an MBA has halved since the mid-1990s despite course fees sharply rising, new rankings show… Eleven UK-based institutions also featured in the top 100, with London Business School – the top European…

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