Strategies for Attracting and Incentivizing the Best Executives for Closely Held Companies
It is extremely important to the success of a closely-held company to have a well thought out compensation plan for key non-owner executives and managers. Almost all successful publicly-traded companies have short and long-term executive compensation plans that attract and motivate the talent they need to succeed. Even if the owners of a closely-held company may not want to reward their non-owner executives with stock doesn't mean that they can't have an executive compensation plan that is just as meaningful as those found in the most successful publicly-traded companies. Our presentation below describes the elements of compensation for the non-owner executive.
The Total Rewards group from the Cleveland SHRM chapter has arranged for Al Candrilli, Partner of the Organizational Consulting Group, L.L.C. –and John Wirtshafter, Partner – Executive Compensation and Governance at McDonald Hopkins LLC to share insights into the strategies that closely-held companies can use to attract, motivate and retain their executives.
The event will be held April 12 at Baldwin Wallace University.
Registration & Networking - 7:30 AM
Program - 8:00 - 9:30 AM
This program has been submitted to HRCI for re-certification credits. Register to attend the event here.
For the Love of Retail Real Estate: Embracing Change and Adapting for Success
Thursday, February 14, 2019
Patrick Karbowski from McDonald Hopkins will discuss "Lease in Default? Best Practices Before and After the Default" at the ICSC's Michigan Continuing Education Program For Real Estate Professionals on February 14.
Attracting and retaining talent in a millennial world
Thursday, March 21, 2019
Understanding the millennial generation is not only important to ensure you are attracting top talent, it is vital to the longevity of any business. Please join us Thursday, March 21 for a discussion on attracting, retaining, and engaging millennials.