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Executive pay in the Netherlands has risen sharply in recent years as equity-based compensation grows and boards increasingly adopt the pay-for-performance approach.
A closer look at how the funding status and structure of public plans undercuts common assumptions and challenges proposed solutions.
Company size is closely related to job complexity and employer's ability to pay in determining executive pay.
Now that Roth 401(k) contributions are permanent, many employers may revise their plans, resulting in an increase in Roth contributions and distributions.
As labor market shifts give rise to more pay inversion, employers must seek solutions or face an increasingly disengaged workforce.
Carefully constructed phased retirement plans can benefit both employers and employees.
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