A turbulent labor market can throw a serious wrench into attempts to achieve pay equity. Here’s why, and how to isolate key areas of concern.
Calculating the IRS cap on contributions to employee stock purchase plans can get tricky. Here are the top four pitfalls we see.
We unpack the prepayment (or call) feature of a bond, including what it is and how one might go about valuing it.
When valuing equity compensation instruments, volatility estimates are typically based on closing prices. Should you use average stock prices instead?
Dive into the details of share-matching ESPPs, where the shares an employee purchases are matched by the employer using a predefined ratio.
The race to comply with the SEC’s Dodd-Frank clawback rule is about to begin. Here’s what companies should be doing now to get ready.
Equity Methods was a sponsor of the Equilar Summit, which took place from May 31 to June 2 in Nashville. We helped lead three of the sessions and two of…
Investors are considering HR disclosures when they make buy, sell, and ballot decisions. That has implications for the total rewards team.
Companies are publishing their year-one pay vs. performance disclosures. Here’s what we’ve learned from them so far.
The dust has settled on proxy filings for calendar year companies, and a critical mass of pay vs. performance disclosures have now hit the market. Join Takis Makridis, David Outlaw, and Siddharth Thaker for this deep dive into what you need to know about PvP moving forward.