At some point, most business owners or CEOs grapple with whether or not they should share stock with top producers. They want to tie some portion of variable compensation to the long-term value increase in the business but would prefer to do it without diluting the equity of present shareholders. They wonder if there are alternatives—and if so, what they are. The answer is there are other options—in fact, at least four. To learn what they are—and how they might apply to your business—tune in to this broadcast.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How to determine whether to share stock or use an alternative value-sharing approach.
- Why long-term value-sharing matters and how to measure “real” value creation in your business.
- When phantom equity is a better alternative to real stock.
- How a profit pool works and what types of circumstances warrant its use.
- How a Performance Unit Plan can provide a meaningful benefit for several tiers of employees.
- How to ensure your long-term value-sharing approach is “self-financing.”
- How the Long-Term Incentive Plan Decision Tree can help you decide which plan is best for your organization.