Employee Classification and Officer Compensation Come Under Fire

April 10, 2007 The Legal Intelligencer

Executive compensation is under attack from many quarters. In the world of publicly traded corporations, shareholder activists have argued that, in many instances, executive compensation is excessive and is diluting shareholder value (the average annual compensation earned by CEOs of corporations included in the S&P 500 is approximately $13.5 million).

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