As we move into the recovery for SMEs, one of the key parts of that recovery will be building back a better relationship with employees. One way of doing that is by engaging your staff through employee share ownership.
This session will explain:
Why Employee Share Ownership is a “good thing” and why it is good for business.
How it can be used to build better relationships with employees – how employee share plans can play a key part in rising to challenges, such as those caused by the pandemic, by contributing to employees’ savings, morale and engagement.
The pros and cons of Employee Share Ownership, how it works and what the options are.
The Employee Share Ownership (ESOP) Centre is a non-profit subscription based organisation which draws from over 30 years of experience to inform, lobby and research in the interest of developing all forms of broad-based employee share ownership plans in the UK and Europe.
An example of how the ESOP Centre is helping develop employee share plans in the UK is its current work in response to the government’s recent call for evidence on whether and how more UK companies should be able to access the popular share options based Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) tax-advantaged incentive scheme to help them recruit and retain the talent they need to scale up. The Centre is sending the Chancellor comprehensive and ground-breaking proposals to expand the availability of EMI to many thousands more growing UK smaller businesses.