IT IS HARD TO COMMUNICATE WHAT YOU ARE WORTH TO PEOPLE WHO ARE ABOUT TO BECOME YOUR COLLEAGUES
We can negotiate your working arrangements and optimise your compensation package.
Exceptional leadership creates exceptional long-run value for society. We reject the assumption that executive pay is generally excessive against some arbitrary benchmark – but we believe that it is increasingly important to communicate the exceptional qualities that justify exceptional rewards. Somerton helps our clients to communicate why they deserve substantial financial rewards and to plan how these rewards may best be structured to align the interests of all decision-makers. Somerton makes it possible for our clients to negotiate hard and fairly without jeopardising the formation of working relationships.
- KNOWING WHAT YOU ARE WORTH
- We will evaluate your existing compensation relative to the market.
- We will use the best data to identify the market rate for any opportunities that you are considering and we will outsource where necessary.
- STRUCTURING YOUR COMPENSATION
We will develop your compensation negotiating position with regard to salary, bonus structure, perquisites and long-term incentive plans.
- YOUR WORKING ARRANGEMENTS ARE AS IMPORTANT AS YOUR COMPENSATION
In addition to negotiating the size and structure of compensation, our clients will want to agree issues of organisation, decision-making and accountability in advance. We will consult with you to ensure that working arrangements are suitable to you.
If necessary, we will represent you in negotiation of your contract, compensation and agreed working arrangements.
We will engage the best legal advice where required and will outsource where necessary, ensuring that your employer does not expose you to hidden risks.
- PLANNING YOUR FIRST HUNDRED DAYS
The first 100 days in a job are the most critical for acceptance, recognition and success.
We will help you to plan and execute your arrival, independently of the advice that you will of course receive from your welcoming team.