Jeremy Goldstein believes that employee incentives can be enhanced by adjusting the payout of earnings per share to employees. Mr. Goldstein has worked with major corporations and he knows that earnings per share as well s other programs with incentives can benefit employees. He points out that earnings per share is a major influence on stock price. He agrees in adjusting for the employee’s benefit? Shareholders are driven to hold the stock or not based on earnings per share. Companies can be much more successful, in the top 500, if they share more with employees. Happy employees make a more well run and dedicated company overall.
Those that oppose the use of earnings per share as an incentive fear that those at the top may feel that numbers may be altered in the distribution process. Others that are opposed believe that reinvestment and growth will not be supported. Jeremy Goldstein suggests performing this action on a middle ground. Mr. Goldstein suggests implementing a system of checks and balances to satisfy both sides. Jeremy Goldstein completely believes that more distribution to employees creates a much more positive workplace.
Jeremy Goldstein has been a partner of Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC since June of 2014. Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC is a law firm dedicated to advising CEOS and various levels of management in various companies about the process of executive compensation.
Mr. Goldstein attended the Law School of New York University. Jeremy Goldstein previously practiced law for 14 years at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen and Katz law firm. This shows Mr. Goldstein’s extensive experience.
As a result of Jeremy Goldstein’s expertise he has been involved in the acquisition of Goodrich by United Technologies, The Dow Chemical Company deal, Verizon Wireless and Alltel, Goldman Sachs and Alltell, Bank of America and MBNA, KMart and Sears and many more.
He sits as a chairman to the Mergers and Acquisition department of the American Bar Association. He is an avid speaker and writer on the topics that he is passionate about. He spreads the word in this way and in other ways. Jeremy Goldstein’s heart leads him to participate in the Fountain House charity of New York for women and men who are recovering from mental illnesses. Mr. Goldstein graduated with complete honors in every class from Cornell University. Jeremy Goldstein is a great man doing great things. Learn more: https://www.business.com/advice/member/p/jeremy-goldstein/