Joachim Kayser is one of the foremost experts in top management and board compensation in the German, Austrian and Swiss markets. He draws on more than 35 years of experience in international HR management, gained in both industry and consulting.
He began his professional career in the HR division of a major bank, where he was ultimately in charge of training and professional development. In 1991 he moved to the world's largest logistics company, where he held global responsibility in HR Top Executive Management. In 2009 he became Partner in a consulting firm, and in 2010, together with other senior experts, he founded the independent performance management and compensation consulting specialist hkp/// group.
Joachim Kayser's consulting work focuses on compensation systems and compensation levels for executive and supervisory board members, supporting family-run companies in their HR activities, helping companies set up HR and compensation systems in line with the requirements of the capital market prior to IPO and advising on modern pension systems as well as sloping sales incentive schemes to improve performance.
Since 2011 at hkp/// group the consulting focus of David Voggeser is compensation design and calibration, in particular for companies within the technology and engineering sector as well as companies of the financial sector. Further aspects of his consultancy are top executives, especially concerning variable compensation elements and external compensation benchmarks.
David Voggeser is a specialist in the areas of management and supervisory board compensation, and corporate governance. He studied International Management with a focus on finance and controlling, during which time he also gained experience working as a research assistant and Project Manager on the Supervisory Board Panel of the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences. He wrote his thesis on the assessment of success factors for members of management boards and its impact on compensation. As part of his degree, he spent time working in India.
In Aussicht gestelltes Geld wirkt positiv verhaltensstimulierend! Einblicke in Kernfragen von Führung und Vergütung im Vertrieb.
16. November 2016
Joachim Kayser, David Voggeser
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