Nonprofit Pay Escalates as Competition for Talent Heats Up

In the last few weeks, we’ve seen mainstream media highlight the competition for talent at tax-exempt organizations. The Wall Street Journal reported that CEO pay at tax-exempt organizations increased in aggregate by a third from 2011 levels.  While this increase can be explained in part by the economic rebound of these organizations since the Great […]

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Vivient Partner To Be Featured at WorldatWork May 2017 Rewards Conference & Exhibition

Vivient partner, Bertha Masuda, will be speaking at the WorldatWork 2017 Total Rewards Conference & Exhibition from May 7-10, 2017, in Washington D.C. : Presentation Plans With the X Factor — Private Companies’ Quest for Effective Incentives Date: May 10, 2017 Time: 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM Speaker(s): Bertha Masuda, Partner and Co-Founder, Vivient Consulting (Consultant) […]

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Vivient Consulting Speaks at 2016 WorldatWork Total Rewards Conference

Bertha Masuda, Bonnie Schindler and Sue Schroeder spoke at the June 7th and 8th 2016 WorldatWork Total Rewards Conference in San Diego. Watch the video of Bonnie Schindler discussing the compensation survey research conducted by Vivient and WorldatWork around incentive pay practices for private, non-profits and government entities: Other topics Vivient partners spoke on at the 2016 WorldatWork […]

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Demystifying the Compensation Committee Meeting

Does the Compensation Committee meeting at your Board of Directors seem elusive and mysterious to you? Join Vivient Consulting for an insider’s view of how to create effective Compensation Committee agendas and work plans at the WorldatWork 2016 Executive Compensation Forum to be held July 17 to 19, 2016 in Huntington Beach, CA. We will talk with […]

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Managing Executive Compensation Within A Family Business

Vivient partner, Susan Schroeder, discussed key executive compensation issues faced by family-owned businesses at the UCLA Anderson Steinbeck Family Business Seminar in April 2016. In a session titled “How Does Compensation Evolve as Leadership of the Family Business Transitions from One Generation to the Next?” she shared insights about managing pay for performance, compensation incentives […]

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Executive Chairman : An Emerging Trend in CEO Succession Planning

Companies transitioning from a long-term Chief Executive Officer and involved in CEO succession planning, especially for a company founder or head of a family-owned company, are looking to retain and capitalize on the outgoing CEO’s institutional knowledge while ensuring a smooth transition to the new leader. In response to this need, some creative companies are […]

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Join Us: 4-29 & 4-30 for UCLA Anderson Steinbeck Family Business Seminar

All Vivient Consulting clients receive 15% off tuition of the UCLS Anderson Steinbeck Family Business Seminar on Friday April 29th and Saturday April 30th, 2016. Family Governance and Dynamics The Price Center at UCLA presents this Family Business Seminar focused on leading effective and profitable family-owned (or otherwise closely held) businesses. Seminar is limited to […]

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Join Our Tweet Chat March 22nd: Incentive Pay Practices with WorldatWork and Vivient

Dig into our latest 2016 executive compensation survey results about pay practices at private companies, nonprofits and government organizations from WorldatWork and Vivient and apply what you learn at your organization in our upcoming one hour tweet chat. Delve into the latest trends in compensation practices, policies and strategies for private companies and non-profit/government organizations […]

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