發布時間：2020-11-17 發布人：山東股章瀏覽次數：767次 來源：www.newadnetwork.com
There are rules in the development of any industry. Entrepreneurship as "mass entrepreneurship and innovation" is no exception. Entrepreneurs all know that equity is the lifeblood of an enterprise. But why do some enterprises have a long life span of 100 years, while many enterprises have a survival time of less than half a three years. In addition to the risk factors of business operation, the short-lived enterprises are more caused by partner fights than good ones Good equity structure design and equity distribution can avoid partner infighting. When serving enterprises, we generally advocate the following basic principles of equity structure design:
1. The principle of fairness
As the saying goes, "do not suffer from oligopoly and inequality, do not suffer from poverty and anxiety." Therefore, equity must be distributed according to its contribution and value. Only in this way can fairness and justice be reflected. Otherwise, the enterprise will eventually suffer from "car wrecking and people dying".
2. Efficiency principle
Although the company law emphasizes the rights of the large shareholders and the importance of the articles of association, the small shareholders can still shake the dominant position of the large shareholders if they can concentrate their voting rights and combine with the litigation channels such as damaging the interests of the company. Generally speaking, fairness and efficiency are contradictory, but under the following conditions, fairness and efficiency can complement each other and promote each other
3. Dynamic adjustment
The development stages of enterprises are different, and the talents needed are also different. Therefore, the equity structure and equity distribution also need to keep pace with the times, and dynamic adjustment is needed. Sometimes, when talents are upgraded from grass-roots personnel to department managers or general managers of the company, their equity needs to be adjusted accordingly. Sometimes, the company's goals set at the beginning of the year are over fulfilled or fall far short of the target in the middle of the year It is also necessary to make corresponding adjustments. Otherwise, it will frustrate the enthusiasm of employees and make them feel that the company is drawing an unfinished pie for their own employees. All these factors determine that the company's equity can't be done once and for all, and it needs to be adjusted according to the company's development status and talent needs at any time.