Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation: Proceedings of the New York University 59th Annual Conference on Labor

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Estreicher, David J. Reilly
Kluwer Law International, 2010 - Law - 721 pages
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Most employers know that rewarding their best workers is good business. However, the "return" on such investment is difficult to measure, and wise employers think long and hard about two of their largest expense items - employee benefits and executive compensation. Today in the United States, under the glare of issues raised by the current financial crisis, company-sponsored benefits programs have become mere shadows of what they once were, and executive compensation has come under intense scrutiny to the point where the Treasury Department monitors it at companies receiving federal assistance. In recognition of the growing importance of employee benefits and executive compensation issues, the Center for Labor and Employment Law at New York University School of Law dedicated New York University's 59th Annual Conference on Labor to an in-depth examination of these topics. This volume of the proceedings of the 2006 conference contains papers presented at that meeting, all here updated to reflect recent developments. It also includes contributions from other practitioners and academics with extensive knowledge and experience in this specialized field of labor and employment law.

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Estreicher is professor of law at New York University.

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