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Raising The Stock Value of Employees
By admin|2019-11-29T05:44:35+00:00March 25th, 2019|
The technology world is divided about where Esops or employee stock options originated in India. Some say Infosys, the countrys secondlargest IT services firm, was the first to offer stock options to employees when it went public in 1993.
Mercer’s Buyout Of Mettl Left 61 Of Its Employees Flush With Cash
By admin|2019-11-29T05:40:45+00:00February 1st, 2019|
Employees who cashed out their ESOPs have met their financial goals for the next 10-15 years. Mettl already has 25% of its business coming from overseas.Mettl's ambition has always been to become the Salesforce of the assessment world.
By admin|2019-11-29T05:45:10+00:00January 12th, 2011|
With the deadline for India to move towards International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) less than three months away, analysts warn that companies will have to revisit their employee stock option plans (Esops) in order to avoid cumulative losses on their profit and loss (P&L) accounts.
By admin|2019-11-29T05:46:08+00:00December 11th, 2008|
The stock market meltdown has hit the wallets of executives of India Inc. and even their retirement plans. Many of them are seeing the value of the stock options getting pummelled. Currently, the market price of stocks is far lower than the option price, making millions of options worthless.
By admin|2019-11-29T05:46:28+00:00December 9th, 2008|
The corporate world is witnessing an overhaul of employee stock option plans (ESOPs). With markets down, the old plans have lost their glitter, and companies are now looking at pricing stock options afresh or issuing fresh ones.
By admin|2019-11-29T05:47:30+00:00October 19th, 2008|
Current meltdown in the stock markets has had a devastating impact on the value of stock options companies have issued to their employees. Most of the Options issued at market prices, twelve to fifteen months ago, are underwater. Needless to say, the option holders are not excited nor are the issuers viz the employers. However, given the enormous success ESOPs have met with in the last three to five years, this time no one is writing them off as a useful tool in fostering motivation, retention and attraction of talent.