Chris McGee

As a Senior Advisor, Chris helps clients look at complex situations and develop solutions that are implementable, executable, sustainable and explainable to all stakeholders.

Fi Covid Compensation
27th March 2023

Be Wary of the COVID Compensation Hangover

This time of year, there are the usual surveys and articles about merit increases and executive pay increases.    For example, I saw a recent private company survey that said that more than 46% of organizations in the US plan to provide a more than 6% increase to the merit pool.  Similarly, I have seen […]

Fi 2022 Compensation
10th March 2022

Watch outs for 2022 Executive Compensation

Most US-based publicly traded company boards will currently be approving 2021 executive incentives. As they do so, they will also be considering designs for their 2022 compensation programs. So, what’s likely to be new on this year’s agenda for Boards and executives to discuss? 1. Environmental, Societal and Governance (ESG) metrics Whether it’s because of […]

Fi Canary
17th August 2021

Canary in the coal mine?

OrgShakers crack data analyst, Imogen Parsley, conducted a review of LinkedIn Updates and the results should cause significant concern in the board room. A staggering rate of increase has occurred for C-suite executives updating their LinkedIn profiles. Well, it is no secret that executive search firms leverage LinkedIn as one of their primary sources. Some […]

Fi Comp Agility
21st July 2021

Hybrid working demands reward agility

“If you want to get paid New York rates, you work in New York … none of this, ‘I’m in Colorado … and getting paid like I’m sitting in New York City.’ Sorry. That doesn’t work.” This comment from Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman during a recent investing conference created quite a commotion in the […]

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