發布時間：2021-05-12 發布人：山東股章瀏覽次數：671次 來源：www.newadnetwork.com
Equity incentive is a long-term institutional arrangement, which needs to be composed of different time points. The setting of time point is very important, not only to achieve the purpose of long-term incentive, but also to make employees feel that they can get reports if they work hard, rather than making a cake to satisfy their hunger. The following factors should be considered in designing the term of equity incentive plan:
1. Grant date of equity incentive
The grant date of equity incentive is the date when the incentive object actually obtains the equity. The grant date of equity incentive is based on the effective date of equity incentive. The grant date is a specific date set by the board of directors after the equity incentive plan is approved by the board of shareholders. The effective date is prior to the grant date. Grant date is an important time point for the implementation of equity incentive plan, such as waiting period, exercise period, lock-in period and so on.
2、 Waiting period of equity incentive
The waiting period of equity incentive refers to that after the equity incentive object obtains the equity incentive object, it needs to wait for a period of time to achieve a series of pre agreed conditions before it can actually obtain the complete and unlimited right to dispose of the incentive equity or incentive object. This waiting period is the waiting period of equity incentive.
On the one hand, the purpose of setting up waiting period is to retain employees and bind incentive objects for a long time; On the other hand, the waiting period is not simply a time-consuming delay in payment. In the waiting period, only when the incentive object completes the set performance goals, can it obtain the real and complete rights and interests of the incentive object and play an incentive effect. The waiting period should not be set at will. In principle, the length of the waiting period should be consistent with the completion time of the company's phased strategic objectives, and should not be less than one year in principle.