Share guidelines being used more frequently in UK

first_img Previous Article Next Article The number of UK companies using formal share ownership guidelines hasincreased by almost 20 per cent, according to a survey by consultants Mercer. The amount of firms using ownership guidelines, which outline the value ofcompany shares that executives must own, has grown to 63 per cent, comparedwith 47 per cent last year. The poll, which covered more than 680 positions at 36 large employers, also foundthe number of firms awarding increases of less than 5 per cent has risen by 18per cent to 63 per cent. However, the number granting rises of more than 15 per cent has also goneup, from 27 per cent last year, to 40 per cent in 2003. Comments are closed. Share guidelines being used more frequently in UKOn 7 Oct 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.last_img