Finding a happy medium between employees and employers when it comes to employee compensation like stocks and such can be challenging. New York City compensation lawyer Jeremy Goldstein has worked with big corporations like Verizon, Goldman Sachs, and Bank of America. He knows how to handle a variety of subjects including incentive based programs and EPS, a.k.a. earnings per share. There are lots of positives when it comes to EPS. First off studies show that companies who uses these incentives tend to be more successful. It surely influences stock prices and is a factor in which stockholders buy and sell. On top of that this compensation method encourages employers to pay more out to employees.
Although this system feels foolproof, there are challenges that comes with it, just like anything else. With that being said, naysayers say that with Earnings per share people can take advantage of it and use it to gain very short term profits. This can be a negative factor and hurt a company’s long term growth, which should be the ultimate goal. Leaders of companies like CEO’s and such behold a massive amount of power when it comes to these and don’t always use it in positive ways. Also, the nature of EPS is that it changes a lot and is not completely reliable. Jeremy Goldstein says that to make earnings per share or any performance based incentive pay is to hold executive and CEO’s accountable for their action and use this type of compensation to build a company up with long term goals instead of short term ones.
Jeremy Goldstein is a New York City lawyer that specializes in Mergers and Acquisitions. Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and The Legal 500 listed Jeremy Goldstein as one of the top leading executive compensation lawyer. He is a board member for Fountain House, Make-A-Wish Foundation of Metro New York, and the NYU Journal of Law and Business.
The well known lawyer is also the founder and partner of Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC. They New York based law firm focuses on corporate governance orders, advises compensation committees, executive compensation, CEO’s, and so much more. Mr. Goldstein worked as a partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz and an associate at Shearman & Sterling LLP. Jeremy attended to the New York University School of Law where he received a Juris Doctor in 1999.
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