Executive Benefits and Perquisites Survey & Research Report

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The Grahall Research Institute developed this 170 page research report to help our clients and colleagues view Executive Benefits and Perquisites practices from new perspectives that include the relationships between the organization and the executives which we have named the “value exchange” Through the insights provided in this research, we encourage readers to reconsider the complexity of these rewards and to ask tough questions about the relationships between an executive and the organization such as: "Is the degree of contribution of the executive appropriate given the organization’s dependence on the executive?" or "Is the value exchange between the executive and the organization’s stakeholders balanced and logical?" and "Are the benefit plans designed in the most effective and thoughtful manner and appropriate to the needs of the organization?"