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The CEO pay ratio rules are approaching — how you need to prepare

With the 2018 proxy season looming, and no delay in implementation yet proposed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, companies are very concerned with how they will comply with the CEO pay ratio rules in time for 2018 proxy disclosure. Is your company ready?


In our September 14 webcast, our executive compensation and communications experts will provide insights to help you better understand and surmount the challenges we see companies confronting from CEO pay ratio rules, including:


  • What the chances are for an effective date delay: we provide an up-to-date forecast on the potential for a delay or simplification of the regulations.
  • How to choose the appropriate compensation measurement: the rules raise questions, and we will discuss how best to interpret them.
  • How to deal with data gaps: every company has some pay data gaps. We provide insights on how the regulations permit you to deal with them.
  • How statistical sampling can really save time and effort: why companies should embrace sampling to solve a number of vexing issues.
  • How communication can affect the perception of your pay ratio: tailoring your communications can help you stay in front of employee and stakeholder reactions.


There’s no cost to participate. During the webcast, you’ll have access to the presentation slides and be able to pose questions to our panel. Afterward, all registrants will receive links to the materials and a recording.


Plan to join us. Register now. If you any questions, please reach out to Lynne Marie Parson.


Event information

Duration: 60 minutes



Thursday, September 14

1:00 p.m. ET


Who should attend

Executive compensation, compensation and benefits, human resources and total rewards leaders at multinational and North American companies that publicly trade on the U.S. stock exchanges.


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