- 19% more likely than the peer group to provide expertise to the CEO and management on human capital issues;
- 21% more likely to have a well-defined succession plan in place to prepare for the long-term replacement of the CEO and other senior executives;
- 23% more likely to evaluate CEOs on success in developing human capital and evaluating financial outcomes and strategy implementation;
- 21% more likely to have well-defined plans to cover the emergency loss of the CEO and other top executives, and to discuss the aforementioned plans at least annually;
- 22% more likely to have a human capital strategy that has been reviewed and approved by the board;
- 23% more likely to have developed a comprehensive profile for the CEO's successor that reflects the company's strategy and business model; and,
- 13% more likely to have an effective succession plan for senior executive positions.
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