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2020 Executive Compensation: The TSX in 10 Charts

Canadians from across the country have been confronted with the consequences of COVID-19. Unemployment rates have risen, employees have undergone layoffs, and companies have had to declare bankruptcy or shut down their operations. One important corporate governance structure that was emphasized during this difficult time is a company's resilience and crisis management. As a result of the pandemic, executive pay has been in the spotlight more than ever, as stakeholders question whether executives are sharing the pain of the pandemic the rest of their employees. In this short analysis, we dive into the TSX 240 to understand how organizations reacted to the pandemic and uncover key notable trends.

2020 Executive Compensation: The TSX in 10 Charts

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