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A director's compensation should be comparable to the compensation of officers of the company of equivalent experience and stature, weighted, of course, by the time he or she spends on the company's bzcsiness.
Companies are giving increasing emphasis to both company and individual per f ormance against preset objectives in detennining merit increases and incentive bonus awards.
Boards of directors are more and more engaging in a thorough analysis of the salary practices o f competitive companies and of the comparative performance of their ozvn company vis-a-vis these same companies before setting the salaries and bonus opportunities for their top o f f icers.
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