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CEOs are overpaid

Overconfident, highly incentivised chief executives fall short of shareholder expectations, a new study reveals Research by Cambridge Judge Business School has found that the performance of CEOs (Chief Executive Officers) falls short of shareholder expectations. Raghavendra Rau, the Rothschild Professor…

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Claudia Hammond, BBC: Job losses, library closures

The BBC's Claudia Hammond says earning a salary of over £20k doesn't necessarily make you any happier but job losses do matter - so will employment policies really change to incorporate 'well-being'?…

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2012 podcast hammond job losses

Good CEOs are underpaid!

Too many CEOs are paid too little not too much - research in the United States has lessons for the UK too Dr Bang Dang Nguyen, Cambridge Judge Business School Lecturer in Finance, says his research among top CEOs in…

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Can pay be strategic?

Why determining pay should be an act of leadership as opposed to an act of engineering In his new book Dr Jonathan Trevor, Co-Director of the Centre for International Human Resource Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, examines, through case…

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Building bridges: what is best practice for structuring executive remuneration?

Is it shaped by social imperatives or should it be held as an economic negotiation? Dr Jonathan Trevor, Lecturer in Human Resources & Organisations at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses this contentious issue, calling for an increase in transparency and…

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2009 podcast trevor building bridges

Why pay falls short of the promise

In the past pay was simply a necessary cost of doing business. Today pay is viewed as an inducement model; it is the carrot, not the stick. However Dr Jonathan Trevor, Lecturer in Human Resources & Organisations at Cambridge Judge…

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2009 podcast trevor why pay falls

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