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NFP Compensation Consulting (formerly Longnecker & Associates) Launches 2013 Long-Term Incentive Survey

Longnecker & Associates is pleased to announce the launch of our 2013 Energy Industry Long-Term Incentive Survey. NFPCCmp;A understands utilizing long-term incentives to attract, retain and motivate talent in an extremely competitive energy labor market is imperative.  Our goal is to provide energy companies accurate and up-to-date information to assist in assessing, refining, and implementing their long-term incentive programs.  

This years survey results will include:

  • A comprehensive perspective on emerging trends in long-term incentive compensation from the most recent grant cycle including eligibility, vehicles utilized, and vesting;
  • The most recent grant cycle value of long-term incentives for all eligible employees determined by both salary level and employee type; and
  • Details regarding performance-based long-term incentive program design.


What will participants receive?
All participants of the questionnaire (Part 1) will receive a trends report in a PDF format.  This will highlight general trends in philosophies and LTI practices.  Those companies who participate in both parts of the survey will have the opportunity to purchase the full survey report of the surveys findings, inclusive of:

  • General trends and LTI practices
  • LTI vesting and vehicles data analyzed by industry and revenue
  • LTI targeted award percentages by industry and revenue
  • 2012 LTI awards broken out by employee type, revenue and vehicle

Those company's who participate in the full survey will also be receiving the newest edition of NFPCCmp;A's book, The Power of Restricted Stock.

If you have any questions regarding the survey or if you would like to participate, please contact Longnecker & Associates at or 281-378-1350.

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