Designing and implementing a sustainable executive reward policy allows your company to attract, retain and motivate the very best senior leadership - and create long-term value.
But there are challenges – from decision-making, through to designing and evaluating impact and disclosing remuneration. We have more than 15 years’ experience of developing competitive, effective and future-proof strategies that align with culture and strategic objectives.
Become part of a powerful, knowledge-driven community when you join the Executive Remuneration Research Centre. We unite compensation and benefits, reward managers, HR managers, leaders and members of remuneration committees.
Our members are change-makers and thought leaders from about 25 organisations. Join them to share insights and experiences, take part in networking and curated events – and access research that can change your game.
As a member, you take part in academic and practical research that’s aligned to the needs of your organisation. We cover subjects including strategic alignment of executive rewards, sustainable rewards, transparency and disclosure, stakeholder engagement, behavioural outcomes – and an annual review of executive remuneration in Europe.
We translate learnings into business testimonials, comparative studies, action learning, tools and concepts to support you as you build your reward strategy.
Join us to take part in interactive networking activities where you exchange ideas and experiences with experts and peers. You’ll participate in webinars and workshops that combine academic insights, practice-oriented research and open knowledge sharing.
At our annual Executive Remuneration Conference, you’ll discover in-depth analysis of annual reports of quoted companies across 16 European countries. And our team is on hand to consider company-specific issues – and act as a sounding board.
This paper offers a guide to improving the choice of key performance indicators. It provides a taxonomy of performance metrics in executive incentives, as well as an overview of business practice. Its aim is to take a broad and non-prescriptive perspective.
When you join the centre, you become part of an exclusive network that’s driven by knowledge of executive remuneration. You’ll find a combination of expertise, discovery and reflection – as well as independent thinking, inspiration and an open and collaborative culture that allows you to have even greater impact.
As a step up from membership, you could consider becoming a centre partner. As a partner, you’d be actively involved in co-defining our strategy and research focus.