Our experienced team of reward professionals have spent decades working with executive remuneration data. Steve Glenn, who leads the team, has extensive experience of sourcing and analysing pay information from published annual reports from various countries. We also call on other E-reward associates in the UK and overseas as and when necessary.
Steve joined E-reward.co.uk as Head of Executive Remuneration Research in 2014. He has written, researched and edited numerous publications including the IDS Directors' Pay Report, IDS FTSE 350 Incentives Report, IDS AIM, SmallCap and Fledgling Remuneration Report and the IDS NHS Boardroom Report for much of that time as assistant editor of the IDS Executive Compensation Review.
Self employed for the previous seven years, Steve has worked on numerous research projects for several different clients for IDS including various remuneration consultants, the CBI, ITUC, RCN, RCM, Police, Probation Service and Unison. Much of this was repeat work, having established a reputation for reliability and for producing quality work. More generally, he has conducted both qualitative and quantitative research including numerous large scale surveys. Steve manages, maintains and analyses large datasets on an ongoing basis, while also designing the databases used to store executive and other remuneration information.
He has been invited for comment on executive pay on The Today programme, Radio 5 Live and in the national press. Steve is a graduate in Economics from the University of Warwick where he also gained a Masters degree.
From 2003 he was employed by IDS/Thomson Reuters, initially as a researcher and latterly as the Assistant Editor of the monthly IDS pay journal, Executive Compensation Review. In this role he was responsible for producing research examining all aspects of executive reward, and he played a key role in the ongoing development and evolution of the IDS Executive Reward database.
From 2009 he was employed as a Senior Project Manager on the IDS/Thomson Reuters Research Services team. In this capacity Adam was responsible for carrying out and managing wide-ranging pay and reward research for a large number of high-profile clients, including 'Big four' accountancy firms, the High Pay Centre, Office of Manpower Economics, and the Civil Aviation Authority, as well as many private sector organisations.
Adam’s specialisms include data analysis, project management and report writing, and he is an expert in the collection, analysis and communication of complex qualitative and quantitative data.
He is experienced at collecting, interpreting and entering remuneration data and is fully conversant with Microsoft Access and Excel after using these programmes during his time with IDS.
Martin received a First for his B.A. in English Language and Literature/Letters from the University of Staffordshire before completing a Masters degree in English Literature from Birkbeck College, London. He has a PhD from the University of London for his research focusing on French Literature. Martin is also a published author.