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The Business Case for Long-Term Incentives

When: 01/23/2018
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Where: Webcast
United States
Contact: TCCN Administrator

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"The Business Case for Long-Term Incentives"

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Many companies have used long-term incentives as an effective way to attract and retain employees. Today, it is common to see companies across a broad range of companies use long-term incentive plans as part of their total compensation offering. These include both publicly traded and privately held companies, as well as an increased use in tax-exempt organizations.

However, some companies look beyond their compensation needs and have used long-term incentives as a way to drive strategic business initiatives. This presentation looks at four case studies business needs have driven plan design:

  • A publicly-traded technology company that used equity compensation to drive a new business strategy following the spin of a major business group
  • A healthcare system that used synthetic equity following a merger to drive successful integration and value creation for the new organization
  • A privately-held company that created real alignment with ownership interests outside of its broad-based cash long-term plan
  • A recent IPO company that was able to jumpstart an ownership culture for non-founder executives and key contributors

While these case studies focus on specific situations, the design concepts can be applied across industries and ownership structures.


Jim Sillery, Principal, Conduent HR Services

Jim is a Principal in the Minneapolis Office of Conduent and leads its executive compensation practice. He specializes in working with companies in the areas of executive compensation, corporate governance, total rewards, short and long-term incentive compensation, long-term capital accumulation arrangements and workforce engagement.

Jim is an Adjunct Professor at John Marshall Law School in Chicago and has been awarded a lifetime achievement award by WorldatWork.

He has Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Scranton and an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management.

He has spoken at a number of domestic and global conferences and has been published at a number of magazines, including workspan and WorldatWork Journal.

January 23, 2018

8:00 - 9:30 a.m.  Presentation


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