Executive Officer Compensations
|3 Months Ended|
Mar. 31, 2020
|Retirement Benefits [Abstract]|
|Executive Officer Compensations||
14. Executive Officer Compensations
Management Incentive Plans (“MIP”)
On January 16, 2020, the Company’s Board and the Compensation Committee approved individual MIP for each Mark Duff, CEO and President, Ben Naccarato, CFO, and Dr. Louis Centofanti, EVP of Strategic Initiatives. Additionally, the Board and the Compensation Committee approved a MIP for Andy Lombardo, who was elected EVP of Nuclear and Technical Services and an executive officer of the Company. Mr. Lombardo previously held the position of Senior Vice President (“SVP”) of Nuclear and Technical Services. The MIPs are effective January 1, 2020 and applicable for year ended December 31, 2020. Each MIP provides guidelines for the calculation of annual cash incentive-based compensation, subject to Compensation Committee oversight and modification. Each MIP awards cash compensation based on achievement of performance thresholds, with the amount of such compensation established as a percentage of the executive’s 2020 annual base salary (see below for salary increase approved for certain executive officers for 2020). The potential target performance compensation ranges from 5% to 150% of the base salary for the CEO ($17,220 to $516,600), 5% to 100% of the base salary for the CFO ($14,000 to $280,000), 5% to 100% of the base salary for the EVP of Strategic Initiatives ($11,667 to $233,336) and 5% to 100% of the base salary for the EVP of Nuclear and Technical Services ($14,000 to $280,000).
On January 16, 2020, the Board, with the approval of the Compensation Committee approved the following salary increase for the Company’s executive officers effective January 1, 2020:
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