Executive Compensation

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Essay #: 054592
Total text length is 7,100 characters (approximately 4.9 pages).

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Executive Compensation: The case for and against high dollar values for executive compensation
Abstract
Executive Compensation, considered an essential part of a powerful business model, has recently become anathema from a public relations perspective. From the perspective of multi-national corporations striving to compete with similar companies, bonuses and high pay are the only way to attract the best executives to chart profitable courses for their companies. An effective business model dictates that companies striving to increase profitability must maintain the ability to attract top talent while at the same time balance public scrutiny.
Executive compensation is a significant aspect of a successful model. Ideally, executives make...
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