Accompass announces executive appointments

Three executive compensation consultants have joined the leading independent human resources company

Accompass announces executive appointments
by Justin Darosa

Three executive compensation consultants have joined the leading independent human resources company.
Anand Parsan, along with his team from Korn Hay Group – which includes Paula Gimenez and Neil Swiggum -- have joined Accompass.
“At Accompass, we believe the big picture and the smallest detail hold equal importance,” Michael Worb, founder and chief executive officer of Accompass, said. “That is especially critical in the demanding area of Executive Compensation.”
The new three new team members will focus on the Executive Compensation practice.
“The newly branded Executive Compensation practice applies Accompass’ uniquely attentive approach to client service to advising Boards and management on the strategy, design, and governance of compensation and incentives for CEOs, senior leaders, and non-employee directors,” Accompass said in a release. “It will advise clients on the full range of total rewards for executives, including short- and long-term incentive plans, executive health benefits and pension plans.”
They join current compensation consultants Steven Osiel and Angel Wai.
“Anand, Paula, and Neil are a perfect complement to our team,” said Sarah Beech, President at Accompass.  “Not only do they bring unique expertise and a stellar reputation, they’re a great cultural fit. Our team is made up of extraordinary talent who share a belief in treating every client like they are our only client.”

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