2003 Committee Charter : CNXT

COMPENSATION AND MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Charter
The Compensation and Management Development Committee shall consist of at least two and
not more than four members of the Board of Directors, none of whom shall be an officer or
employee of this Corporation and all of whom shall be "independent" directors as that term is
defined by Nasdaq. Members of the Committee shall be appointed by the Board of Directors
upon the recommendation of the Governance and Compositions Committee and may be removed
by the Board of Directors in its discretion. The Committee shall have the following powers and
duties and shall report thereon to the Board of Directors.
1. Recommend to the Board compensation and benefits for non-employee directors. In
discharging this duty, the Committee shall be guided by three goals: compensation
should fairly pay directors for the work required; compensation should align directors'
interests with the long-term interests of shareowners; and the structure of the
compensation should be simple, transparent and easy for shareowners to understand.
At the end of each year, the Committee shall review non-employee director
compensation and benefits;
2. Review and approve on an annual basis the corporate goals and objectives with
respect to compensation for the chief executive officer, determine the salaries of all
executive officers and review annually the salary plan for other executives in general
management positions;
3. Review the company's' base pay, incentive compensation, deferred compensation,
and all stock-based plans and recommend changes in such plans as needed. The
Committee shall have and shall exercise all the authority of the Board of Directors
with respect to the administration of such plans;
4. Annually review the performance of the Chief Executive Officer and the
corporations' senior executives, and assist the board in developing and evaluating
potential candidates for executive positions, including the chief Executive Office, and
oversee the development of executive succession plans;
5. Prepare and publish an annual executive compensation report in the company's proxy
statement.
The Committee shall have the authority to delegate any of its responsibilities to subcommittees,
as the Committee may deem appropriate in its sole discretion.
The Committee shall have the authority to retain appropriate consultants or advisors to assist in
determining fair compensation levels in view of market and industry conditions, and to retain
outside counsel and any other advisors as the Committee may deem appropriate in its sole
discretion. The Committee shall have sole authority to approve related fees and retention terms.
The Committee shall report its actions and recommendations to the Board after each Committee
meeting and shall conduct and present to the Board an annual performance evaluation of the
Committee. The Committee shall review at least annually the adequacy of this charter and
recommend any proposed changes to the Board for approval.