ESOPs in Canada is a comprehensive and practical guide to every aspect of designing and implementing an Employee Share Ownership Plan (ESOP) in Canada.
This book outlines the very tangible business benefits of ESOPs and how employee share ownership present a solution to some of the biggest challenges facing the Canadian economy: from the baby boomers exiting their businesses to attracting and retaining talent to increasing innovation and productivity to decreasing inequality.
- The various objectives of an ESOP and the types of plans that exist. It outlines all the processes that are at the foundation of implementing an ESOP.
- Technical aspects of setting up an ESOP, such as business valuation, tax implications, legal requirements, and creating cross-border or international ESOPs.
- Cultural requirements in regard to managing employee expectations, communication and training.
- Hands-on tools such as sample letters, shareholder agreements and a comprehensive resource guide to ESOP professionals, websites and associations.
- Case studies, checklists, questionnaires, and frequently asked questions.
Who should buy this book?
This book is a resource for business owners, managers, and their professional advisers, whether the organization is publicly traded or privately owned.
We invite you to get it here.
Here’s what others say.
“This is a must read for those business owners thinking about exploring the notion of employee ownership and discovering that ‘skin in the game’ for those on the front lines of leadership is a secret weapon to surpassing your wildest dreams and forecasts! It is magic.”
~ Doug Flynn, CEO, Flynn Group of Companies
“Do you want to have fully engaged employees? Do you want your business to be more productive and more profitable? If the answer to those questions is ‘Yes,’ this book will help you get there.”
~ David E. Clark, Dale & Lessmann LLP Partner
“Perry Phillips and Camille Jensen are the leading voice of employee ownership in Canada, and in this book they have assembled the key things you need to know in order to do an ESOP right.”
~ Loren Rodgers, National Center for Employee Ownership Executive Director
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- Sep 2018 – Using the Voice of Your Employee-Owned Company
- Jun 2018 – When Your Business Grows, Your Culture Should Too
- Mar 2018 – ESOP Wisdom Group and Other ESOP News
- Dec 2017 – 12 Successful Strategies for Creating a Participative Environment
- Sep 2017 – Have ESOP Questions? We Have Some Answers!
- Jun 2017 – How Employee Ownership Plans Impact Cultural Perspectives
- Mar 2017 – Employee Share Ownership Plans from the Owner’s Perspective
- Dec 2016 – How Does an ESOP Fit for the Millennial Generation?
- Sep 2016 – How Does a Management Buyout Relate to an ESOP?
- Jun 2016 – Is an ESOP a Good Fit for Your Company?
- Mar 2016 – Why Your Best Employees Leave for New Opportunities?
- Dec 2015 – A Reason to Focus
- Sep 2015 – Tiny Habits: The Key to Sustained Behavioural Change
- Jun 2015 – Sharing the Prosperity
- Mar 2015 – Years of Research on Employee Ownership, Corporate Performance, and Employee Compensation