More and more public companies are adopting performance share unit (PSU) plans as a significant component of long-term (equity) compensation for executives. The most common PSU performance metric is total shareholder return (TSR – i.e., stock price growth plus dividends)…
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Going into 2015, annual incentive goal-setting was challenging for oil & gas companies, to say the least. E&P companies were wrestling with lowering production, where production growth is traditionally a cornerstone E&P bonus metric. Services and drilling companies were experiencing…