How to take testing of equity-based compensation plans into your own hands?

Equity-based compensation proposals have attracted high levels of shareholder disapproval in the past, which costs a company valuable time and money. Both companies and investors need to ensure equity plans drive the company forward by supporting goals without being too costly or dilutive.

  • What are the common concerns for companies and investors surrounding equity compensation plans?
  • What should both companies and investors take into account when designing, amending or assessing equity plans?
  • How can Glass Lewis’ Equity Compensation Model (ECM) help users understand the strengths and weaknesses of plans?

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