We asked 227 people for their thoughts on tax reform, the IRS 162(m) revision, ASU 2016-09’s effect on tax withholding, performance metrics, and pay equity.
Convertible securities can be an attractive source of capital for mature and early-stage companies alike. But their dilutive impact is a potentially complicated issue. In this issue brief, we take a closer look at that impact and introduce the “if-converted method” as an elegant way to determine the dilutive impact of convertibles.
By popular demand—from attendees, that is—here’s an FAQ on gender pay equity following up our discussion at the 2018 WorldatWork Total Rewards conference.
The 2018 Equilar Executive Compensation Summit took place in San Francisco from June 4-6. Here, we summarize a few of the salient sessions from the summit.
Shareholders are demanding it. Governments are legislating it. From Hollywood to Washington, technology to nursing, Millennials to Boomers, equal pay for equal work is now front-page news. Read our Workspan Magazine article about how rigorous analysis is the best way to explain the biases.
Equity Methods attended the WorldatWork Total Rewards 2018 Conference in Dallas from May 21 to 23. Here are a few key takeaways from those sessions.
Read our Ethical Boardroom article (coauthored with Kelly Malafis of Compensation Advisory Partners) on the top five lessons of tax reform with respect to executive compensation and performance goal-setting.
Participant communication can make or break the LTI program. In this issue brief, we discuss the various approaches that can help you improve your participant communication strategy.
FICA taxes are due on equity compensation when there is no longer a risk of forfeiture. Retirement eligibility is an often-overlooked trigger with many administration and accounting impacts to consider.
If your company is thinking about issuing warrants, or already has some outstanding, the impact of dilution is something you’ll need to know about.