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Executive Employment Perspectives Blog

Permitted Deferred Compensation for the C-Suite Executive

Many senior executives are looking for ways to enhance retirement benefits while cutting levels of taxable income. Deferred compensation accounts allow an immediate reduction in current income taxes, an accumulation of investment earnings on a tax-deferred basis, and are... Read More

C-Suite Executive, Social Media, and the FTC

If you are a C-Suite executive, chances are that you do not often consider the social media practices of your corporation.  After all, there is probably a communications department and social media experts that handle all of the social media posts, Internet... Read More

Retaliation Guidance from the EEOC

As a C-Suite executive, you understand how Equal Employment Opportunity laws apply to your company and your corporate policies likely confirm that job applicants and employees cannot be fired, demoted, harassed or retaliated against for filing a discrimination claim. But what many... Read More

Shareholder Liability for Employee Unpaid Wages

In most instances, shareholders are protected or shielded from the debts and liabilities of a corporation unless the shareholder becomes liable as a result of their own conduct.  There are exceptions to this rule, however, that can affect C-Suite executives and other... Read More