In the report, “The 100 Most Overpaid CEOs,” the nonprofit As You Sow lists the most egregious examples. The CEO compensation and average employee compensation come from data that corporations now have to disclose to the SEC and are based on data from the most recent fiscal year. The “overpayment” calculation is based on a statistical regression model from the investment services company HIP Investor that looks at what CEOs should have made based on longer-term company performance. Here are the top 10, by the percent they were overpaid: … [Read more...] about Meet the 10 most overpaid CEOs in the U.S.
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“There is thoughtfulness and a plan to the day when you choose to knock out the hardest thing first,” says Gregory. “When you get the hardest thing out of the way, you can be coasting through the rest of the day. Pushing down the biggest block is like pushing down the first domino.” … [Read more...] about Want a promotion? These 4 habits are more powerful than talent
Companies should prepare for the possibility that employees may need to work remotely in jobs where that’s feasible. “It’s always a possibility that public health officials in any number of communities will recommend steps to do what we call social isolation, which is reducing the community mixing of people,” he says. “And so we should be ready for that. That could happen in any community.” In some cases, people might still come to the office but work in staggered shifts so there’s fewer people in the office at any given time. In-person meetings may need to happen by videoconference; large conferences and international travel may need to be rescheduled or canceled. (Some major conferences, including the Mobile World Congress, have already been canceled.) … [Read more...] about How to prepare your home, your workplace, and yourself for a pandemic
That was true for me, too. I didn’t share the same amount of information about my disability with all my colleagues. I made the decision to trust my supervisors and certain coworkers with specific details about how autism affected my legal work and processes. When and how I disclosed would change depending on who I talked to, and why my disability mattered in the particular conversation. For instance, I might tell supervisors up front because I need an accommodation, but I might not tell co-workers specific aspects of what is hard for me, because I also want to be perceived as an equal and included in the workplace. … [Read more...] about How I disclose my disability during a job search