Employee Share Remuneration - Overview and Recent DevelopmentsPosted in : LK Shields on Employment Law on 24 September 2019
There are many employee incentive arrangements available and there is no one size fits all approach. An employer should carefully consider all relevant issues in advance of adopting an incentive arrangement to ensure it is fit for purpose and appropriate for the relevant business. In this article, Gillian Dully, Associate Solicitor in the Corporate and Commercial Department, LK Shields, outlines potential share option schemes and discusses potential employment and tax implications of these.
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