An increasing number of employers are using cash-based long-term incentives as part of their employee compensation programs, according to a new survey.

The survey, released by Buck Consultants, a Xerox Company found a significant increase across the globe in the use of cash-based LTI. Since 2012 cash LTI awards increased from 10 percent to 14 percent in the U.S., 9 percent to 18 percent in Canada, 6 percent to 18 percent in the United Kingdom, and 7 percent to 18 percent in France,.

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