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30 November 2017
Berlin, Germany

4b. The Impact of Economic Rewards on Share Plans and Employee Motivation

It’s no secret that share plans and economic rewards—financially motivated payments or fringe benefits other than direct remuneration for employees—strengthen staff motivation and enhance their identification with a company, as well as increase overall productivity and individual performance. It’s also no surprise that companies have discovered that stock based compensation schemes are not only a motivational tool but are a strong retention tool in this war for talent in which high performing employees are precious assets. This session will examine the various labor and employment laws related to reward systems in countries such as Germany, France, UK, the Republic of Ireland, Spain and the Netherlands. Specifically, come find out how stock-based compensation plans and economic rewards are used in these countries and how the on-going war in Europe for talent, and companies’ efforts to acquire and keep qualified employees, is operating.
Joël Hofmann, Pinsent Masons (DE)
Lynette Jacobs, Pinsent Masons (UK)
Jean-Sebastien Lipski, Pinsent Masons (FR)
CPE Credit: 1.0
Field of Study: Personnel/HR
Level: I, II, III