Surrounded by a rapidly-unfolding humanitarian crisis, professionals all over the country — and around the world — are adapting to COVID-19 pandemic conditions. This has put us in uncharted economic territory. Equity compensation is no exception.
Throughout this extraordinary period, we’ll be monitoring new developments and offering our take on what it all means. We’ll also explore actions companies can take as they relate to new and outstanding awards, equity compensation accounting, the proxy, and more. Check back often for updates, and know that — as always — we’re here to help.
From adjusting the terms of equity held by terminated employees to restoring incentives for key talent, we examine the modifications that are most common during turbulent economic periods.
If economic turbulence has you examining relative performance equity for the first time or giving your existing relative metrics a 50,000-mile checkup, this webcast is for you.
In this webcast, discover share pool conservation and management strategies you can implement immediately.
CARES Act assistance has total compensation limits. Here’s what you need to know—and what we still don’t know—about these limitations.
David Outlaw and Amanda Tan · 4/29/2020
Here’s what management teams need to know when weighing potential modifications to outstanding incentive awards—including incentive restoration solutions, implications, and accounting and proxy rules.
Takis Makridis · 4/22/2020
The one-two punch from COVID-19 and the March 2020 oil shock is a reminder of why relative metrics belong in virtually every long-term incentive plan.
Amid the human toll and rising economic uncertainty, COVID-19 is having a profound impact on equity compensation. In this webcast, we examine what it all means and potential actions to take now.
Takis Makridis · 3/27/2020 and 4/2/2020
Learn how companies can take COVID-19 into account when setting new performance goals and evaluating progress on outstanding performance awards.
How does COVID-19 make the case for relative performance metrics? Here’s what total rewards leaders and compensation committees can learn.