When does it make sense to have employees become shareholders in your business? Many business owners will offer shares to their team as a way to recognize their contribution and as a way to retain them. Many employees want to become shareholders to earn more money and participate in the value they are creating. Giving employees shares in your business will only be meaningful if you have determined what you believe the business’s value will be and how their efforts will help ensure it materializes. In the absence of concrete goals, offering shares to employees is, at best, a token exercise that will not produce the intended effect. If you want to provide employees with shares in your business, spend time and effort to put a plan together that shows them where the company is going and what it will be worth once it gets there. Doing this will make the exercise meaningful and worthwhile.Read more: Why should employees be shareholders in your business?
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