Executive Compensation

Compensation or remuneration for the executive managers is different from compensation for other employees in most the organizations. Executive compensation covers employees that include presidents of company, chief executive officers (CEOs), chief financial officers (CFOs), vice presidents, occasionally directors of the company, and other upper-level managers. These high level employees are paid executive compensation.

Usually only those members of your most senior management team qualify for executive pay. It is usual the members of the “C-Suite.” (A widely-used slang term used to collectively refer to a corporation’s most important senior executives. C-Suite gets its name because top senior executives’ titles tend to start with the letter C, for chief, as in chief executive officer, chief operating officer and chief information officer.)

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