Share the Wealth--and the Headache

Mahoney, Chris
June 2000
Workforce;Jun2000, Vol. 79 Issue 6, p118
Provides information on how to deal with employees' stock options. Views from the human resources professionals and consultants; Issues that a company must consider before granting stock options to employees; Tips from the book `Stock Options: Beyond the Basics,' published by the National Center for Employee Ownership.


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