Before 2020 wrapped up, ISS posted its new and its updated compensation policies in two documents: 1.) Compensation Policies Frequently Asked Questions and 2.) Equity Compensation Plans Frequently Asked Questions.
On January 11, 2021, IslerDare PC published their “Employee Benefits Update”, addressing important aspects of the Consolidated Appropriations Act.
Fulcrum Partners Managing Director Monte Harrick has stepped up to ensure that a young group of dedicated high school basketballers don’t lose their varsity season to the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fulcrum Partners Managing Director and Partner, Scott Cahill was a featured guest on Nehemiah E-Community Podcast, hosted by Patrice Tsague, founder of Nehemiah Project International and the Nehemiah E-Community.
Yesterday, in Deferred Compensation News, we looked at results from the KPMG 2020 CEO Outlook, a study conducted in January and February of 1,300 CEOs, followed this summer by re-surveying 315 of the participants. If you missed yesterday’s news, you’ll want to read Part I of “Top CEO Concerns Post-COVID-19: Talent and Corporate Responsibility,” where we published how survey respondents …
Today we are publishing the first of a two-part look at the 2020 KPMG CEO Outlook. This study was conducted in two steps: the initial interview of more than a thousand CEOs of top organizations, conducted pre-COVID-19, with a follow-up involving over 300 respondents late this summer. Among the most noteworthy of the survey’s finding is the fact that in …
Taxpayers who have already taken their required minimum distribution, RMD, for 2020, have the option for an RMD Rollback under the CARES Act if taken by August 31, 2020. The intention of this option is to provide tax relief for those who took their required RMD prior to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act becoming law on March 27, 2020 and wish to ‘undo’ their action.
Is your organization prepared to be accountable to stakeholders (and the marketplace) for its human capital management policies and practices? If your company is still looking at human capital as a cost and not an asset, brace yourself for a dramatic perspective shift. As Michael S. Melbinger, attorney and author of the Executive Compensation Blog, has observed, “the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed human capital issues to the fore like never before.”
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL — (August 13, 2020) Fulcrum Partners, a leading executive benefits advisory, announces the publication of “Will New 401(k) Compliance Testing Issues Arise Because of COVID-19 Workforce Changes?” The white paper, written by Fulcrum Partners Managing Director and Partner, Steve Broadbent, examines how the COVID-19 pandemic is creating challenges for plan sponsors required to perform specific nondiscrimination tests on the 401(k) plans they offer employees.
Would you be interested to see how organizations are adapting their incentive compensation performance metrics in the face of a global pandemic? The attorneys at Winston & Strawn have compiled an extensive chart showing changes organizations are making, including the rationale behind their decisions.