Will New U.S. Law Ease Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs)?
The United States passes law that may ease small and midsize business ownership transition to employees. Will the Main Street Employee Ownership Act truly boost ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) initiatives?
Employee Stock Ownership Plans: Big ESOP Boost Coming?
A new piece of U.S. legislation could make it easier for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to transfer ownership to their employees. Is an ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) boost coming?
Technology Solutions Provider Transitions to ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan)
Modern Technology Solutions Inc. (MTSI), a technology solutions provider, is now 100% employee owned. Employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) fully in place.
ESOP Tips: How to Sell Your Company to An Employee Stock Ownership Plan
ESOP Tips: How Phacil, a midsize IT services provider, transitioned to an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP).
West Monroe Expands Employee Ownership Options
IT solutions provider West Monroe has had an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) since 2012. Next up is West Moroe’s Capital & Profits Interest Program (CPIP). Here are details.
ESOP Legislation May Boost Small Business Employee Ownership
The ESOP Fairness Act, if signed into law, may make it easier for small businesses, MSPs & VARs to offer employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs). Here are potential pros & cons.
IT Service Provider Transitions to ESOP Ownership Business Model
Teksouth, an IT solutions provider for data management & business intelligence services, shifts to ESOP (employee stock ownership plan) business model. Here’s why.
Labor Shortage: How to Retain Employees With Phantom Stock Plans
How can your business reduce staff turnover and boost employee retention rates during the labor shortage? A phantom stock plan is one option, GEM Strategy asserts.
Study: Average ESOP Employee Has $134,000 Share of Company
The average worker at a US company with an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) has accumulated $134,000 in wealth from his or her stake, according to new research. Plus, a closer look at ESOP trends.