Best Practices in Employee Communications
About This Meeting
You've rolled out your plan, granted the awards, and now it is time for employee communication and education. Learn from industry experts what works and what doesn't when communicating your equity compensation plans.
* How important is employee communication?
* How to convey the value of the awards
* Best practices for employee communication
* In-person or on-line?
This Webinar has already taken place. It is available as a free replay in the members-only area of this site.
From Our Equity Compensation Webinar Series
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- Discuss current administrative and other issues with fellow practitioners without leaving your office!
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Have you been looking for a way to network and gain continuing education hours? Why not attend the NCEO's equity compensation Webinars? In response to question and comments from practitioners all over the U.S., the NCEO has developed these online seminars to focus on equity compensation plan design, administration, and compliance. Each session is designed to allow participants to ask questions, share ideas, and gain CEP, CPE, or HRCI continuing education credit hours. The Webinars take place 1-2 times per month for one hour (1 continuing education unit per hour) and discuss a hot topic in the industry.
This replay was recorded on November 20, 2013.
|Best Practices in Employee Communication |
Stephanie Glashow, E*TRADE
Stephanie Glashow is Vice President, Marketing, at E*TRADE Financial, where she has led marketing teams for the past ten years. She is responsible for marketing programs designed to deepen engagement with equity compensation clients and their plan participants. Prior to joining E*TRADE, Stephanie spent seven years at Charles Schwab & Company, where her roles included management of participant education and communications for the defined contribution business. She holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan.