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Semler Brossy Panelists to Speak at 2016 Total Rewards Conference

John Borneman and Blair Jones have each been accepted as speakers at the 2016 Total Rewards Conference to be held June 6-8, 2016, in San Diego. Jones will present "What's Next for Executive Compensation?" John will be presenting on "60 Minutes to Success: Communicating for Insight and Impact." Read more

Equilar’s 2016 Compensation Summit Features 4 Semler Brossy Panelists

John Borneman, Mark Emanuel and Steve Charlebois have been invited to speak at Equilar’s Annual Compensation Summit to be held June 20-22 in Boston. Borneman will be on a panel to discuss "Mergers and Acquisitions and Spinoffs, Oh My! Key Lessons for Navigating the Yellow Brick Road of Executive Compensation in a Successful Transaction." Emanuel  and Charlebois will be discussing "Exploring Current Issues in Compensation for Global Companies." Read more

Upcoming Roundtable Discussion on Executive Compensation Featuring Barry Sullivan and Greg Arnold

Semler Brossy's Barry Sullivan and Greg Arnold will be featured speakers at the upcoming Conference Board event “A Roundtable Discussion on Executive Compensation: Trends and Developments in Executive Compensation – How the Present Informs The Future.” The event will be held September 17-18 in Santa Monica, CA. Find more information or register on the Conference Board website. Read more

Comparing the Top Boss’s Pay To Yours: Roger Brossy is Interviewed by NPR on the CEO Pay Ratio Rule

The SEC rule requiring that companies disclose their CEO-to-median worker pay ratio could have unintended consequences, warn compensation consultants. For example, although the ratio has been supported by labor unions, Semler Brossy’s Roger Brossy suggests that companies may move more jobs overseas in an attempt to match lower labor costs of competitors if the median pay statistics suggest they have a relatively expensive labor force. Additionally, Deborah Lifshey of Pearl Meyer notes that some companies are concerned about how their workers will react when they learn the median pay at their company and at competing companies. The rule, mandated by the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, will require disclosure starting in 2018. Read more