• 115The Missing Piece

    Mar 2019

    Despite the bulk of the day-to-day execution and monitoring that impact business results being done by middle management and lower level employees, most employee remuneration systems reward the short term only. The "missing piece" might be the transformation of employees into shareholders, encouraging a longer-term view.

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  • 114ASX300 GEEP Market Practices

    Feb 2019

    As company size grows, use of GEEPs increases. In this Remuneration Insight we present the findings of our extended analysis of observed market practices in relation to general employee equity plans (GEEPs) usage in the ASX300.

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  • 113ASX100 GEEP Market Practices

    Nov 2018

    This Insight presents the findings of our extensive research related to the practices of the ASX100 companies, which may indicate the impact of the planned Commonwealth legislative changes on the incidence of GEEPs.

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  • 112$1,000 Tax Exempt Plan (TEP)

    Nov 2018

    This series of five GRG Remuneration Insights deals with General Employee Equity Plans (GEEPs) which are made available to most full-time Australian employees, and some part-time employees, and often operate on a salary sacrifice basis with matching by the company. There are four basic GEEP types. This Insight provides an outline of the main design features of the $1,000 Tax Exempt Plan (TEP).

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  • 111After Tax Employee Contribution Plan (ATECP)

    Nov 2018

    This series of five GRG Remuneration Insights deals with General Employee Equity Plans (GEEPs) which are made available to most full-time Australian employees, and some part-time employees, and often operate on a salary sacrifice basis with matching by the company. There are four basic GEEP types. This Insight provides an outline of the main design features of the After Tax Employee Contribution Plan (ATECP).

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  • 110$5,000 Salary Sacrifice Share Plan Basics

    Nov 2018

    This series of five GRG Remuneration Insights deals with General Employee Equity Plans (GEEPs) which are made available to most full-time Australian employees, and some part-time employees, and often operate on a salary sacrifice basis with matching by the company. There are four basic GEEP types. This Insight provides an outline of the main design features of the $5,000 Salary Sacrifice Share Plan (SSSP).

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  • 109Share Save Plan Basics

    Nov 2018

    This series of five GRG Remuneration Insights deals with General Employee Equity Plans (GEEPs) which are made available to most full-time Australian employees, and some part-time employees, and often operate on a salary sacrifice basis with matching by the company. There are four basic GEEP types. This Insight provides an outline of the main design features of the Share Save Plan (SSP).

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  • 108Telstra – A Case Study in Misalignment

    Oct 2018

    Despite making significant changes and disclosures in a desperate attempt for damage control, Telstra recently received what looks to be a record strike against its Remuneration Report for an ASX 50 company. How could a company so widely held by retail shareholders, self managed super funds and major institutional investors end up in such a position?

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  • 107Buybacks and Executive Incentives

    Sep 2018

    Over recent years, many ASX listed companies engaged in share buybacks, and yet little (if any) information has been provided in Remuneration Reports on the implications of such activities on executive incentive plans. We discuss relevant aspects of share buybacks and raises some issues that may warrant consideration by Boards in relation to remuneration governance.

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  • 106Change-of-Control Provisions

    Jul 2018

    Change-of-Control (CoC) provisions are essential in both short term incentive (STI) and long term incentive (LTI) plans. Should the CoC provisions be more prescriptive in documentation on short term incentives? What factors should Boards consider when navigating through stakeholder interests to arrive at a discretionary outcome?

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