EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION & BOARD RELATIONSHIPS

At the March meeting we dove into Executive Compensation and Stakeholder Relationships with Ivor Solomon. 

Ivor is the Head of Total Rewards at Genentech, reporting to the CHRO. He has been with Genentech for about 6 years. Ivor’s 30+ years of experience has seen him lead compensation and total reward functions at a number of global organizations including BP Oil, The Hay Group, The Coca-Cola Company, Getty Images, Amazon.com, AT&T, Starbucks Coffee Company, and Levi Strauss and Company. Ivor has a passion for trying to find new and innovative ways to define, design and deliver Total Rewards programs to employees – this has been his success at many of the companies at which he worked. Ivor is a native of Cape Town, South Africa where he graduated from the University of Cape Town with a BA in Psychology and Social Anthropology. 

We covered a lot, and to many of you, this information was very new. 

  • Sample Proxy Statement – Levi Strauss 2020 Proxy Statement If you are very new to executive compensation, reading this entire document is a good investment of your time. We focused largely on executive compensation which is covered in pages 34-67.
  • Who is on your Board of Directors? How many board members are there? Who is on your Executive Compensation Committee? How many? Who are your Section 16 Insiders?

Our Get Real speaker series continued with Jennifer Landis, CHRO of Black Hills Corporation.

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