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A unique management consulting firm that engages with leaders to create human capital strategy and reward programs that drive firm performance.

We deliver solutions that align with your corporate culture and goals.  Our employee reward programs are designed to improve your organizational performance.  Our end-to-end approach guides you from diagnosis and design, through implementation and communication.  Your solution will fit your budget, be understood by your participants and allow efficient ongoing administration. The strength of our work is in applying our knowledge and expertise to your specific needs.  Once implemented, we will support your evolution and performance into the future.

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Does ISS Understand Your Equity Compensation?

Posted on Aug 14th, 2014 - By Dan Walter - 1 Comment

A common complaint about ISS is that they often evaluate equity compensation programs without fully understanding them. Today ISS announced a new…

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Beware of Statistic Laden Compensation News

Posted on Aug 14th, 2014 - By Dan Walter - 0 Comments

We love data. In fact, compensation professionals seek out data like artists desire southern exposure in New York or kids crave waterslides in the…

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Dueling Data – Stock Options or Performance Units?

Posted on Aug 12th, 2014 - By Dan Walter - 0 Comments

My trusty Google Alerts continue to update me on what is happening in the world of Compensation. Because of this I now know that successful companies…

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The Phantom of the Compera

Posted on Aug 6th, 2014 - By Dan Walter - 0 Comments

Phantom Stock is on the rise. Or, at least the interest in Phantom Stock is on the rise. Over the past five or six years, I have had increasing…

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Want a Raise or Promotion? Read Your Proxy Statement

Posted on Jul 22nd, 2014 - By Dan Walter - 0 Comments

You’re a hard worker. You’re dedicated and passionate about your job. But, promotions and raises have come slowly. Both require credibility. If…

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What’s an alternative to equity based compensation that recruits, motivates and retains employees?

Posted on Aug 4th, 2014 - By Dan Walter - 0 Comments

Q:  I plan to bootstrap and keep my company private with no plans on selling. What's an alternative to equity based compensation that recruits,…

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Startup Stock Options: Cash acquisition stock payout?

Posted on Jul 24th, 2014 - By Dan Walter - 0 Comments

Question from Quora I have shares from exercised options in a company I worked for a few years ago. The company was acquired for a cash. What's…

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How to reduce dysfunctional peer competition among managers

Posted on Jul 10th, 2014 - By Dan Walter - 0 Comments

Question: I oversee the HR function in a large Process Consulting/ Outsourcing firm. We plan to grow aggressively in near future as our Fortune…

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Resources and thoughts on recurring stock option grants?

Posted on Jul 2nd, 2014 - By Dan Walter - 0 Comments

Question: I'm currently working on a project for a high-growth, 500 ee company in the tech sector, would like to implement recurring stock grants…

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I am looking for specific information on design considerations and options/practices in developing a long term incentive plan for a privately held company. Any anonymous examples would also be helpful. Your assistance is greatly appreciated!

Posted on Jul 2nd, 2014 - By Dan Walter - 0 Comments

Dan Walter's Answer: I think I can provide some help. This is a bit of a specialty of mine.  First I will need some clarification. "Long-term…

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