Technology companies are known for their employee perks and benefits, and a new addition joined the offerings at both Facebook and Apple, as spokespeople for both companies told NBC News they will now pay for female employees to freeze their eggs.
One Facebook shareholder is not happy with the company’s compensation policy when it comes to its board of directors, and the result, according to Bloomberg, was a lawsuit filed in Delaware Chancery Court.
Facebook finished at No. 3 overall and No. 2 among the 12 tech companies included in the list of Top 25 Companies for Compensation & Benefits released Friday by social jobs and career community Glassdoor.
Why Did Facebook Finish Fifth On Glassdoor’s 50 Best Places To Work In 2014 After Topping The 2013 List?
The good news for Facebook is that it finished at No. 5 on the list of the 50 Best Places to Work in 2014, compiled by social jobs and career community Glassdoor based on input from anonymous employees at the respective companies. The bad news for Facebook is that it fell to No. 5 from No. 1 on the 2013 list.
Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is receiving a base salary of just $1 for 2013, but he won’t be clipping coupons anytime soon, as he still finished atop the 2013 CEO Pay Survey from independent researcher GMI Ratings.
Facebook came in at No. 9 on the 2013 list of the 25 highest-paying companies for software engineers from social jobs and career community Glassdoor, after placing second on Glassdoor’s 2012 list, which included only tech companies.
Facebook To Hold Non-Binding Shareholder Advisory Votes On Executives’ Compensation Every Three Years
Facebook confirmed in a Form 8-K/A filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday that, as voted on at its annual meeting in June, the company will hold non-binding advisory votes on its executives’ compensation every three years.
Steaks on grills and cabernet in wine glasses may be a little tastier in California’s San Mateo County this Fourth of July, as its average weekly wage in the fourth quarter of 2012 more than doubled compared with the previous-year period, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal’s Corporate Intelligence blog. Why? All signs point to Facebook.
Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg received the most withheld votes of the eight members of the social network’s board of directors that were re-elected at its annual meeting Tuesday, according to the Form 8-K Facebook filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission Thursday.