We invite you to learn what makes a Meridian Consultant.
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“They have to demonstrate a desire to master something that is a pretty interesting career.” – Jared Berman, Partner
We seek outstanding professionals who can continue to grow our firm based on the standards on which it was founded. We value consultants with high integrity, intelligence, client service orientation, dedication to quality, excellent analytical and verbal skills, and the ability to work effectively with others at all levels of our client organizations, including senior management and the board of directors.
In return we provide support in many forms, including the benefits of being part of a vibrant, successful, and growing firm serving clients with distinction. Meridian fosters shared learning and provides the ideal environment for executive compensation professionals to develop their skills and build their careers.
2017 marked the sixth time we have been named one of the “Best Firms to Work For” by Consulting magazine. The rankings are based on an online survey of over 10,000 consultants working for over 300 firms. Meridian ranked #14 on the magazine’s list.
We ranked particularly high in both the career development and compensation categories, fitting for a firm focused on executive compensation. Employees say, “Meridian is an outstanding firm, dedicated to high quality consulting, outstanding client service and individual growth. It has a unique culture within our segment of the industry; top-notch talent; strong reputation and is positioned for continued growth and success.”
This acknowledgement further emphasizes our commitment to excellence. Fostering growth among our Firm’s associates has been and continues to be a key to our success.
Meridian Compensation Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to protected classes including, but not limited to race, color, religion, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, genetic information or veteran status.
Pay Ratio, Proxy Disclosure and Say on Pay: Looking Back and What’s Ahead
The pay ratio, proxy disclosure and say on pay are all intended to empower shareholders and give them the resources to ensure that the level and structure of executive pay are aligned with shareholder interests. A panel of key thought leaders and practitioners organized by The Knowledge Group including Lead Consultant Ron Rosenthal, will address several key questions about these “shareholder control” devices: Are they needed? Do they work as Congress intended? How can they be improved? September 10, 2019, Live Online Webinar
Equilar and Nasdaq are excited to offer a half-day program to help public company board members, general counsel and corporate secretaries drive success in their organizations. Investors’ emphasis on board transparency, accountability and independence is intensifying, and as a result today’s boards face a seemingly never-ending set of risks, governance decisions and strategic initiatives. The goal of the Board Leadership Forum is to empower participants to build higher performing boards through improved processes, strengthened director evaluations and recruitment efforts, and more effective shareholder engagement. September 10, 2019, San Francisco, CA