Which CEOs Took Home the Biggest Perks in 2022?—P&C Specialist
April 27, 2023
Private jets and club memberships might still be part of some CEOs’ compensation, but perks like this have long been in decline as investors scrutinize benefits and insist on tying pay to equity. In this article in P&C Specialist, a Financial Times publication focusing on the insurance industry, Farient’s VP of Information Services Eric Hoffmann draws on his expertise to discuss the decline of the traditional CEO benefits in favor of making sure chief executives have skin in the game through share awards.
About Eric Hoffmann
Leader, Information Services
Eric leads Farient’s data strategy, operational capabilities, partnerships, research, and client insights. With more than 20 years of human resource technology and data analytics experience, Eric’s work at Farient focuses on creating and delivering information and decision support to boards of directors, human resource professionals, and investors. Combining data analytics and visualization, Eric and his team create compelling narratives that lead to business insight and defensible decisions for his clients.
Eric has extensive experience in executive compensation and performance. From March 2005 to January 2011, he was the Technology Solutions Delivery Leader and a partner at Mercer. In support of Mercer’s compensation and benefits data and analytics business, Eric and his global, cross-disciplinary team delivered leading-edge SaaS-based client-facing and operationally driven data analytics solutions. Before that, Eric was a principal at Mercer, where he led a software development team. Eric holds a BS in computer science and mathematics from Purdue University and an MS in computer science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.