Remuneration is a complex and sensitive topic and has often been a cause of confusion and dissatisfaction. Whereas benchmarking and comparative methods are common practice in executive remuneration, non-executive remuneration is still a somewhat diffuse practice, with a perception coloured by rumour and secrecy. Not surprisingly, this has triggered an increased demand for transparency in the company codes and through legal reforms.
This online programme aims to bring clarity in the remuneration labyrinth. Its goal is to bring you up to speed on the ins and outs of the remuneration of non-executive, independent directors in Belgium.
You are asked to join a board but you doubt the remuneration amount offered? You’ll find your answer and arguments in this programme.
You have recently founded your board and you’re looking for objective information on remuneration for your new board members? This is the place where you’ll find the answer.
You are thinking about a fair remuneration policy but you seem to lack some policy-specific information? Look no further.
In this online programme, we tackle the following questions:
- How does a remuneration policy look like?
- What are the components of the remuneration?
- Who decides on remuneration?
- How much are board members paid?
- What transparency is required?
The content of this module is based on GUBERNA’s benchmarking studies on the remuneration of non-executive, independent Belgian board members. GUBERNA’s knowledge director Prof. Dr. Abigail Levrau guides you professionally through the different steps, supported with extensive visual and textual material.
What can you expect from this e-learning module?
This programme contains video's, quizzes, assignments, and reflection questions. You can interact with your fellow learners through our discussion platform.
Advantages of e-learning
- Learn at your own pace, when you want, where you want
- Learn on your computer, smartphone or tablet
- Access to the GUBERNA Lifelong Learning platform for 1 year