The competition for attracting, keeping and rewarding the best staff is heating up as the UK economy improves. Share schemes can be a useful tool for rewarding employees.
The government’s employee shareholder scheme was introduced in September, but SMEs have shown little interest, are business right to ignore the new employment contracts?
Offering shares to employees is an alternative form of remuneration – but is this putting too much of your business' future in the hands of others?
As law firm Everyman Legal prepares to list on Sharemark, a stock market for smaller companies, founder James Hunt works out a share-incentive plan for his staff.
One of the major restrictions on Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) share schemes will be removed from April 6. Make sure you’re clued up.
Business owner Jan Cavelle writes a disgruntled letter to the meddlesome Prime Minister on credit ratings, quotas and share schemes.
It’s bonus time. But do you still need to pay out to underperforming executives? Here’s the legal take.