Executive compensation practices are changing. Recent corporate compensation scandals have caused great public outrage in light of worsening economic conditions. Sarbanes-Oxley Legislation has reformed how publicly traded companies compensate and report compensation of top executives. BC Crown Corporations have had to deal with even stricter legislation dealing with executive compensation practices. Publicly traded companies need to try harder to comply with the spirit of transparency laws. BC Crown Corporations have capped CEO compensation, but could be in danger of losing their top employees to the private sector.
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