Your organization’s people strategy should align with your business strategy, and every people-related initiative should result in something that your customers value. Knowing how to find the right people and get them to want to work for you and stay is the secret to competitive advantage.
As board responsibilities continue to expand beyond the traditional boundaries of strategic planning and general risk management, director pay levels are increasing. At the same time, scrutiny around compensation practices for boards is intensifying.
Creating a truly effective board doesn’t happen by accident. From selecting the right people, to running crisp meetings, to fostering good working relationships with management and one another—boards are tasked with many decisions that impact how well they function.
Bruce Benesh, National Managing Partner of Human Capital Services and Ken Cameron, Director, Human Capital Services Consulting – Grant Thornton LLP; David F. Toth, Managing Director, Family Office Exchange
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Attracting and retaining talent is the top Human Capital challenge in family offices today.
The ability to attract, retain, and reward a superior workforce is fundamental to every organization’s long-term growth. One way to achieve it is to offer stock options to employees, giving them a stake in the company’s value as part of their compensation package.