The little green ibook of employee share schemes
People are what make a business. Taking extra measures to look after your staff and management can totally revitalise the way you all work. Offering your employees a chance to own part of the company they work for can be a smart move. It can truly motivate your people and make them more interested and involved.
Walker Morris’s little green ibook explains the ins and outs of the most popular schemes. It’s not a substitute for professional legal advice. But it’s a handy piece of Walker Morris at your fingertips designed to provide you with the basic information required to navigate your way through the world of employee share schemes. It also contains a useful glossary to assist you in deciphering some of the more obscure terms used by tax practitioners…
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