Rod and our host Joanna Oakey drill deep into what a company can do to prepare for employees holding shares, and how to manage this at exit. They also discuss how using share schemes for employees can influence the saleability of a business and the value at exit, both in a positive and negative way.
About Rod Hore:
Rod is a 40-year veteran of Australian and international IT and corporate advisory organisations. His executive-level credentials traverse many segments of the staffing and recruitment industry and include corporate advisory assignments, mergers and acquisitions mandates, and advisory to multinational and other public and private organisations. Located in Perth, Rod provides local industry acumen and global knowledge to recruitment agencies internationally.
- Why is a business more valuable if it is more corporately run?
- What it means to become more ‘corporate’
- Valuation Driver
- How to use shares as a as a talent retention strategy
- The pros and cons of using share schemes for employees
- Examples of great outcomes when using this strategy correctly
- Key takeaways
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