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Press Release | Mar 2, 2022
Pearl Meyer Honors the Life and Legacy of Compensation Consulting Pioneer Gary Hourihan
Pearl Meyer mourns the loss of colleague Gary Hourihan, a managing director with the firm until his death on February 3, 2022. In addition to a rich and rewarding life well lived with family and friends, Hourihan had an illustrious career as a compensation consultant and was a mentor to many in the Pearl Meyer family.
Press Release | Jan 27, 2022
Pearl Meyer Names Beth Florin Chief Executive Officer
Executive compensation consultancy Pearl Meyer has named Beth Florin as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). David Swinford, who has been with Pearl Meyer for 24 years and was named president and CEO in 2007, will become chairman.
Press Release | May 21, 2021
Pearl Meyer Adds Seven Unique Architectural, Engineering, and Construction Compensation Surveys to Its Robust Portfolio
Pearl Meyer has acquired seven long-standing salary surveys for the architectural, engineering, and construction (AEC) industries. Formerly managed by D. Dietrich Associates, these surveys provide critical compensation data for companies that need to recruit, hire, and retain specialized staff.
Press Release | Sep 15, 2020
Pearl Meyer Acquires Yaffe & Company
Pearl Meyer announced today that the firm has acquired Yaffe & Company, which provides executive compensation, leadership development, governance, physician advisory, and faculty compensation services to the not-for-profit market, specifically for healthcare systems and higher education institutions as well as other types of tax-exempt organizations.
Press Release | Sep 9, 2020
New Report from WomenCorporateDirectors and Pearl Meyer Calls Boards to Action on Human Capital Management
While most recognize that work is undergoing dramatic upheaval—accelerated on two fronts by the pandemic and increasingly urgent calls for diversity in the workplace—how the workforce is managed and compensated has not kept pace. A new report released today from WomenCorporateDirectors Foundation (WCD) and Pearl Meyer warns of the risks associated with this disconnect and offers a roadmap for boards to help organizations transform their approach to human capital management.