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Corporate Employee Compensation and Equity Plan
for Start-Up Companies
Startup company,Employee compensation,Equity plan,
|Publication Year :||2016|
When the entrepreneurial team and investors of startup companies determine to get into jointly develop business, they are full of expectations upon each other, hoping that the company can succeed in its initial public offering, or to be acquired with a very high premium. Reality reveals that less of these companies can achieve the foregoing goal, nevertheless.
Among the substantial amount of essential elements, a good business model is not sufficient to ensure a favorable outcome for a startup company. A fitting equity plan and an adequate compensation program are necessary to maintain a high level of cohesiveness and morale in the company. With the appropriate compensation program, the entrepreneurs are more likely to be rewarded for their effort and dedication. Meanwhile, the complement of a fitting equity plan would free them from the struggles of fallouts in the power of operation. Hence, the entrepreneurial team will be able to give their full attention to the development of products and the enhancement of corporate value without worries over unstable managements. Nevertheless, none of these goals could be accomplished without the altruistic devotion of the entrepreneurs and the unwavering faith of their investors.
Through recent revisions of the “Company Act” and the “Statute for Industrial Innovation”, the government continues to adopt measures to encourage the development of startup companies in the areas of Contribution of Technology as Equity, Employee Stock Option, Restricted Stocks, and Closed Company. This article addresses the issues revolving both corporate employee compensations and equity plans for startup companies in the perspectives of regulation, accounting, taxation and furtherance to practical operation. As we honor the innovative spirits of the entrepreneurs and the supportive commitments of the angel investors, we sincerely hope our research findings can help create mutual benefits to both sides during the course of their business startup.
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