No Pay Gap at the Top

There are still far fewer women than men leading giant corporations, but the women who are there are getting paid on equal, if not better, terms. Three of the 10 highest-paid chief executives of S&P 500 companies are women. At the same time, women CEOs, on average, make more than their male counterparts. Irv Becker, a Korn Ferry senior client partner and leader of the firm’s North American Executive Pay and Governance practice, spoke with both the Wall Street Journal and radio station KCBS recently about why women at the top of the corporate ladder have hit, and surpassed, pay parity.

Watch the video from the Wall Street Journal

Listen to Irv Becker's interview with KCBS

Authors

  • Irv Becker

    Vice Chairman, Executive Pay & Governance

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