In a document called Goldman Sachs Compensation Practices (.pdf), Goldman (GS) notes it has...


In a document called Goldman Sachs Compensation Practices (.pdf), Goldman (GS) notes it has "substantially outperformed peers from a shareholder value creation perspective," adding that it has "still been able to pay out more on average per employee" while generating "the highest average EPS growth rate."

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  • Niner
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    Hey, when I was working (I'm retirement not unemployed) I thought I was worth more than what I was getting paid. I would have voted myself a raise. The moral of the story is; if you let people decide on their own rate of pay it will be higher! A real good example, the US Congress.
    3 Dec 2009, 07:49 AM Reply Like
  • Tony Petroski
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    We all know this song. When the stock value is going up, they get big bonuses. But when the stock value is going down (or plummeting), they get big bonuses.
    3 Dec 2009, 08:17 AM Reply Like
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