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The Importance of Effective Disclosures & OSHA’s Incentive and Disincentive Policies and Practices | August 2012

Our first article is an original NFPCCmp;A piece dealing with the importance of effective disclosure. It discusses a lot of different issues but really settles on the fact that to be successful, one has to have a process of efficient and thoughtful disclosure. The second piece was recently brought to our attention by one of our amazing clients who regularly shares with us what they are experiencing. This deals with OSHA and employer safety incentives. IT IS A MUST-READ!

We here at NFPCCmp;A hope each and every one of you have a great Labor Day Weekend. If you have any comments or questions about these articles, or suggestions for future articles, please let us know. Enjoy the read. 

The Importance of Effective Disclosures
by Tyler Brown, Chris Crawford, & Brent Longnecker of Longnecker & Associates
Effective compensation disclosures are a necessity in today's volatile environment. Corporate greed and thoughts that executives in Corporate America are only out to line their pockets, while leaving the cupboard bare for the rest of the working population, is a concept that is alive and well in mainstream media. One way we as corporate advisors, management teams, and board members can debunk these misconceptions is by explaining the story of where the company is, where it has been, and where it is going through appropriate disclosures.

Employer Safety Incentive and Disincentive Policies and Practices
by Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)
Got Safety in your incentive plan? Heads up: OSHA isn't a fan! A recently released memo from OSHA, of all places, encourages companies to rethink their safety goals to ensure employees are not motivated to "under report". See the attached memo for more details.




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