This page is a guide to all Equity Methods publications related to employee stock purchase plans (ESPPs).
ESPPs are back in vogue. These programs, which allow employees to purchase shares in the company at a discount, are a potentially valuable benefit for attracting and keeping talent. But they also can be somewhat tricky to manage. Get the lowdown on modern ESPP plans, including emerging design trends and ways to stay on top of their many nuances.
In this article, which originally appeared in the February 2019 issue of Workspan, we discuss the different flavors of ESPPs and ways to help you determine which type is right for your organization.
This issue brief, originally published in 2016 and newly updated for 2018, details the rise in popularity of ESPPs. It also looks at exotic design features that are intended to deliver more value, as well as financial reporting best practices.
ESPPs are again in vogue. How are firms designing them to maximize employee benefit at a reasonable cost? Here’s what some SEC disclosures reveal.
Replay this webcast to hear the latest trends in employee stock purchase plans along with the benefits of the latest design features.
David Outlaw and Scott Bellinger of Computershare · 7/10/2018
Get key takeaways about how to make an ESPP suit your specific needs. (From the the WorldatWork 2017 Total Rewards conference.)
David Outlaw · 5/29/2017
Discover practical examples of plan features that are likely to drive employee engagement and maximize ROI. (From the WorldatWork 2017 Total Rewards Conference.)
David Outlaw · 5/8/2017
Get an in-depth look at calculating earnings per share (EPS) for these cost effective, but often complicated, share-based programs. (From a 2007 meeting of the Silicon Valley NASPP.)
Takis Makridis · 2007