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  1. 认可议程
    1. 批准总裁兼首席执行官 2014 财年的风险薪酬

 

  1. 认可议程:

    1. 批准总裁兼首席执行官 2014 财年的风险薪酬

      鉴于各理事会成员已确认其在确定总裁兼首席执行官 2014 财年 T1 的风险薪酬支付金额方面没有利益冲突。

      鉴于薪酬委员会建议理事会批准向总裁兼首席执行官支付其 2014 财年 T1 的风险薪酬。

      第 2013.11.20.01 号决议:理事会特此批准向总裁兼首席执行官支付其 2014 财年 T1 的风险薪酬部分。

      第 2013.11.20.02 号决议:根据《ICANN 章程》第 III 条第 5.2 款,本决议中的特定项目仍将作为"与人事或雇用事宜相关的行动"予以保密。

      第 2013.11.20.01 – 2013.11.20.02 号决议的理由

      总裁兼首席执行官上任后,将获得基本薪酬以及薪酬方案中的风险薪酬部分。与所有 ICANN 工作人员保持一致,总裁兼首席执行官会通过其与薪酬委员会协调设定的具体目标予以评估。

      在布宜诺斯艾利斯,薪酬委员会建议理事会批准总裁兼首席执行官 2014 财年第一季度的风险薪酬,理事会同意了该建议。

      尽管这将对 ICANN 产生财政影响,但 2014 财年预算中已考虑了该影响。此项决定将不会对域名系统的安全性、稳定性或灵活性产生影响。

      这体现了 ICANN 的组织管理职能,无需征询公众意见。

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