In information collected via their most recent Executive Compensation Report, CompData Surveys shares some data on CEO perks that showcases the continued drop in prevalence of these "extra bennies" - a sign of the times.
According to CompData, whose study reflects the practices of more than 4,500 U.S. organizations, the proportion of companies who "do not offer perquisites for the position of CEO" has more than tripled between 2009 and 2011, going from 10.2% of respondents in 2009 to 38.5% of them in 2011.
And the perk-by-perk analysis presented below shows that the tumble in popularity impacts each individual category as well, with annual physical exams and spousal travel benefits taking the biggest proportionate hit. Car allowances and supplemental life remain the most popular.
Many thanks to CompData for sharing this research with all of us!