Stock Incentive Plans in China: Maintaining Compliance While Motivating Your Employees
Webinar | November 24, 2022 | 4:00 PM China / 3:00 PM Vietnam / 9:00 AM CETWatch on demand
People drive the business. Not only should organizations have the right people in place, but it is also vital to keep them to remain a competitive position in the market. Employee incentive programs are one of the most direct ways to attract and retain professional talents. Innovative and competitive employee incentives yield a better bottom line and can enhance business growth.
Equity-based incentive plans, designed to motivate employees by offering them the opportunity for future earnings through company stocks, are an eye-catching option. Employees will be motivated when they take part in the stock price appreciation and the success of business, while your company will enjoy tax benefits.
Particularly in the post-pandemic era where work-from-home becomes a common option for some companies to keep their business running, it is more important to adopt different ways to motivate employees to avoid low productivity or low efficiency that may arise from remote working.
Join us on November 24, as our Tax Advisor Fiona Sun gives a full picture of the stock incentive plan and key issues regarding its regulatory compliance in China.
- Stock Incentive Plan – Definitions and Concepts
- Regulatory Compliance of Specific Stock Incentive Models - Tax Implication and Foreign Exchange Considerations
- Model 1. Stock Options
- Model 2. Restricted Stock / Restricted Stock Unit
- Model 3. Stock Appreciation Rights
- Choose your model
This webinar is FREE of charge. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Shanshan LIU via firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to having you join us in this webinar and answering any questions you might have on the subject.
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