Fund firms across the industry have announced job cuts of various sizes, but Vanguard
's approach to the bear market appears to be different. The Philadelphia Inquirer
's Joseph DiStefano reports
that the Malvern, Pennsylvania-based firm upped base pay 15 percent while reducing its "Partnership Plan," a kind of bonus system based on Vanguard's corporate performance.
"It's hard to say what the impact will be on a crew-member-by-crew-member basis," a company spokeswoman told the Inquirer. "The intent is not to pay people more or less than previously, but to better align the rewards earned by each crew member with their personal performance and the overall performance of the company."
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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