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in the news | Business Insider | August 6, 2022
The Hot Market for Tech Employees Is Ending, Giving the Power Back to Companies To Set and Reduce Pay
"The pendulum has certainly swung back the other way [for tech workers]”, said Aalap Shah, managing director at Pearl Meyer. "Now there are austerity measures all around, and companies are looking to focus in on talent of the highest caliber."
in the news | CNBC | August 8, 2022
For Tech Workers Who Missed Window for IPO Market Riches, It’s Time for a Job Market Rethink
“Liquidity and stability are a value proposition now, and paying top-dollar cash comp,” said Aalap Shah, managing director at Pearl Meyer. They [firms in the financial sector going after tech workers] should be going out there and recruiting like crazy.”
in the news | The Houston Chronicle | July 18, 2022
Tech Executives Rank Among Texas’ Highest Paid with Compensation Heavy on Stock Awards
“The stock market is hammering tech companies,” said Wes Hart, a managing director with Pearl Meyer, an executive compensation consultancy. “When we look back at end of the year, oil and gas bonuses are going to be good. The others? Not so much.”
in the news | The Houston Chronicle | July 11, 2022
CenterPoint's Lesar Tops List of Houston's Best-Paid Corporate Executives in Male-Dominated Lineup
“Executive succession and retention are an important issue,” said Wes Hart, managing director with Pearl Meyer. “With all of the oil and gas cycles in the past few years, the lack of executive talent is an issue. When oil and gas were doing badly, it was hard to keep people.”
in the news | Business Insider | July 6, 2022
New Hires are Getting Salary Raises After Just Weeks on the Job as Companies Give in to Cost-of-Living-Based Pay Increases, Report Says
Pearl Meyer, a compensation consultancy, found that 70% of organizations had implemented larger salary increases this year compared to 2021.
in the news | Business Insider | May 13, 2022
Tech Giants are Using Their Stock as a "Weapon" to Pile Pressure on Smaller Rivals
“In addition to granting more stock, companies are doing it more frequently and granting it to more people within the organization,” said Aalap Shah, a managing director at Pearl Meyer.
in the news | Wall Street Journal | June 9, 2022
Bosses Offer Midyear Raises to Retain Employees as Inflation Takes Toll
"Companies are being really thoughtful and targeted, and the high-performers are going to be the ones who see the [salary] increases first,” said Rebecca Toman, vice president of Pearl Meyer’s survey business.
in the news | Business Insider | June 28, 2022
Internal Surveys Suggest Big Tech Workers Were Becoming Increasingly Miserable with Their Compensation and Jobs Even Before the Market Downturn
The past two years have been a ‘seller's market’ for employees, but there has also been salary compression where new hires come in at higher salaries than pre-pandemic hires, leaving some employees feeling left behind,” said Robert James, managing director, Pearl Meyer.