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Board of director members are seeing smaller pay raises compared with last year, which continues the trend of smaller increases in board compensation since 2008, according to a study by Total Compensation Solutions, an independent human resources consulting firm.

Prior to the recession, pay for directors had been growing by approximately 15 percent per year for at least ten years. When comparing board compensation on a matched sample, meaning the data is based on the same companies in both years, the average total cash for directors is flat while total cash for the chairman of the board increased by 1.7 percent in the past year.

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