In today’s complex regulatory environment, compensation and benefits practices at health care and other-not-for-profit organizations are under close scrutiny.

Access to the right data is critical. Organizations require reliable compensation and benchmarking information to keep pace with the changing marketplace.

For over 25 years, SullivanCotter has provided a combination of proprietary compensation and benefits benchmarking data and independent, third-party advice to leading health care and not-for-profit organizations. With this, our clients gain access to the research and information they need to develop total compensation strategies that attract, engage and retain top talent while satisfying evolving regulatory requirements and remaining consistent with the market’s best practices.

Working closely with our clients’ financial and human resources teams, we conduct comprehensive reviews and utilize key assessments to ensure:

  • Proper insight into reporting within IRS Form 990.
  • Filings mitigate current and potential risks while accurately documenting governance and fiduciary oversight.
  • All collected executive compensation details and data are appropriate and compliant.
  • Language and information for all compensation- and governance-related schedules are accurate, defensible, timely and consistent.

Gain access to comprehensive and credible benchmarking resources.

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