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This assignment is based on two issues: first, the Royal Commission on Australian Banking and Financial Services and second, Executive Remuneration. See background information below.
1. Royal Commission
“Financial planning doesn’t have professional standards, a code of conduct, defined educational standards and the commitment to a fiduciary type duty to customers that real professions have…”.
2. Rewarding Executive (from the Study Guide, Topic 4)
“There is no doubt that the incredible increase in executive remuneration and the consequent gulf between levels of remuneration for executives, compared to middle managers and ordinary workers has led to significant discontent and simmering revolt among shareholders and a feeling of disgust that so called performance incentives are being awarded even when company performance does not reflect increases in executive remuneration. The evidence-based HRM approach to executive remuneration makes it clear that executive remuneration is not well related to organisational outcomes, despite the rhetoric of financial reward incentives producing superior performance.”
Harvard Referencing must be used!
Please read the document and marking rubric before submitting a bid.
All research must be in the Australian context


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