J.Thelander Consulting, a leading source for compensation intelligence, announces the expansion of its investment firm offerings with the launch of Thelander Capital Reports. These custom reports provide investment firms with data and analysis to help them stay informed about the hiring and compensation trends of their portfolio companies, compared to the rest of the market. This launch comes on the heels of the release of Thelander’s 2021 Private Company Compensation Report, which surveys more than 1,700 global private companies across a variety of industries, including technology and life sciences.
Now, investment firms can partner with J. Thelander Consulting to create custom data reports on their portfolio companies with comparisons to the rest of the market. This includes comprehensive data and analysis on portfolio companies’ compensation, including base salary, actual bonus, target bonus, total cash and equity. Beyond that, J. Thelander Consulting now offers analysis on how companies have adjusted hiring, compensation and remote work as a result of COVID-19, as well as data on race and gender for C-Suite executives, as companies continue to focus on improved diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.
Highlights from Thelander’s 2021 Private Companies Compensation Report:
- Male CEOs are compensated higher than their female counterparts across all industries (9%) and the number of male CEOs far outweighs the number of female CEOs
- The median total cash for White male CEOs (N=666) is $315,000 compared to their female counterparts whose median total cash is $275,000 (N=95)
- The gender pay gap for C-Suite executives is widest in the biotech industry. Male CEOs median total cash is more than $41,000 higher than their female counterparts
- 91% of companies do not plan to make changes to compensation for workers who have moved away from the company’s headquarters during the pandemic
- 59% of companies plan to resume in-person work with the option to work from home
“In many cases the success of a portfolio company hinges on the company’s ability to hire and retain talent,” said Jody Thelander, CEO and Founder of J. Thelander Consulting. “That’s why it’s so important for investors to have a credible third-party source for compensation data. Thelander Capital Reports completes our investment firm offering by arming investors with data, analysis and insights to advise their portfolio companies on compensation strategies that will help them remain competitive at every stage of growth.”
Thelander Capital Reports are separate from the private company and investment firm subscriptions, which offer complete access to the Thelander platform and allow investment firms and companies to customize compensation data tables by job, total amount of financing, region, revenue, company valuation and industry.
About J.Thelander Consulting
J.Thelander Consulting is a leading compensation intelligence-gathering firm, providing statistics, analysis, trends and strategic compensation consulting to private companies and investment firms. J.Thelander’s compensation data specializes in tech and life science companies, as well as venture capital, private equity and corporate venture investment firms. The company’s data and reports are available through subscription packages, which includes around-the-clock online access, as well as supplemental data and customizable reports to meet the unique needs of its clients. J.Thelander Consulting was founded in 1997 and is based in San Francisco’s Financial District. Visit www.jthelander.com to learn more.