Jeremy Goldstein share his advice on employee compensation methods

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It is well known that companies offer employee incentives. This can come in a variety of forms including stocks, cash bonuses, retention bonuses, and so much more. Jeremy Goldstein of Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC. in New York City specializes in matters when it comes to corporate governance matters, CEO’s, executive compensation, management teams, and advising compensation committees. He definitely knows a thing or two about these matters and has some tips about handling them in a way that mutually benefits everyone involved. One term used for employee incentives is called EPS. Earnings per Share is how these incentives are handled in companies. There are both postive and potential negatives to providing employee incentives. One of the biggest positives is connected to the longevity of the company, which is very important. If there is no company, there is no employees. Studies show that companies that provide employee benefits have a better chance at sustainable growth that companies that do not. Also, shareholders pOKlay a major role in this. They determine whether the stocks are bought and sold. They also influence the price of the stocks.


Although these factors of Earnings per Share are really positive, on the other hand there are potential negatives. Critics have said that employee incentives can be unstable and constantly changing. This can be why not all employers offer these benefits. There can also be unfair advantages that can be used in CEO’s favor. They can change the accurate results for their own personal agenda. This can create favoritism within a company with certain employees. Mr. Goldstein suggests that CEO’s are held accountable for their actions so it does not continue to happen. If this can be figured out than Earnings per Share can stay a positive factor in company so they can continue to grow and succeed. Learn more:

Jeremy Goldstein is lawyer, entrepreneur, philanthropist living in New York City. He is the founder and partner at private law firm Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC. He attended The Pingry School, a day school located in New Jersey. Jeremy Goldstein went to college at Cornell University where he achieved a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History. Next Mr. Goldstein attended the University of Chicago and snagged a Master of Arts in Art History in 1996. Changing directions Jeremy decided to get a Juris Doctor in Law from the New York University School of Law.


The practicing attorney has been recognized for his outstanding work in his field by The Legal 550 and Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. They listed the New Yorker as leading executive compensation lawyer. Jeremy Goldstein has worked on corporation transactions with big well known companies such as Verizon Wireless, Kmart Holding Corporation, Miller Brewing Company, and many other easily recognized companies.