An Evaluation Of A Structured Executive Compensation Package

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Foreword The objective of a suitably structured executive compensation package is to engage, retain, and motivate CEOs and senior management. When it comes to attracting the best senior talent, having the right compensation strategy can make the difference between success and failure. Knowing what strategies work, and those that don’t, is a vital part of any senior recruitment strategy. The objective of this survey is to provide insights into the remuneration and benefits structure and compare the existing compensation package for various private and public organisations operating in the technology and engineering space. This involves examining both salary and benefits components such as bonuses of overall remuneration for the six job positions that are the primary drivers of different compensation levels. The organisations participating in this study have been classified by Peloton into three groups for the analysis – with a specific focus on companies with the following attributes:  Early or high-growth stage of development  Venture capital backed or listed on AIM  Actively innovating in the fields of Advanced Materials, High Tech & Electronics, Industrial Biotechnology and/or Software This compensation survey is designed to provide Boards and investors with whom we work a framework for hiring. This survey documents the compensation levels for Chairman, Non-Executive Director, Chief Executive, Chief Technology Officer, Head of Engineering and Commercial Directors
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