Clarke lifts tax threat to staff share options

Merrick, Neil
December 1995
People Management;12/21/95, Vol. 1 Issue 25, p12
Reports that a budget lacking radical ideas to help unemployed people find work at least offered the opportunity for those people with jobs to acquire a greater stake in their organisation. Reason why many employees have been deterred from taking up share options; Amount of share options employers could allocate to staff without the profits being taxable; Total number of Asda staff with a minimum of one year's service which were granted share options.


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