Could ESOPS spell the future of business ownership?
The article considers the potential of employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) for future business structures. It looks at the liquidity created by ESOPs and its advantages in terms of tax deduction, cash flow generation and deference of capital gains tax.
Who owns the business?
From PLCs and private equity to crowdfunding and co-operatives, there are now so many ways to run a company it's hard to know which way to turn. Which type of ownership is best, and for whom? Jeremy Hazlehurst and Jack Torrance navigate the ownership maze, assessing the pros and cons of 10 different business structures.
Why Starbucks pays its baristas with stock: a beginners' guide to company stock
Starbucks' is unusually generous in the range of employees it grants stock, from part-time baristas up to directors. There is evidence that an employee stock ownership program can improve worker retention, leading to lower turnover costs and arguably improving customer experience. Samantha Sharf explains common types of equity U.S. public company employees can receive.
How to boost share plan take-up
Article on the business case for offering employee ownership share plans, including how employers can boost take-up of the plans among their workforce. Asda is used as a case study; the supermarket made its sharesave scheme an integral part of its employee reward strategy to boost take-up.
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