Sooner or later, any business is faced with the need to change its operational manager. The founding owners eventually move away from solving current issues, giving way to hired, young and daring managers. Often, to create additional motivation, this process is accompanied by the allocation of managers stakes in the company.
From the point of view of increasing the involvement and interest of a manager in a business, this is certainly the right step. However, trusting hired directors to resolve operational issues, it is necessary to retain the ability at any time to reverse the transfer of authority and ownership. After all, no one guarantees that having received a share in the business, the new co-owner will not decide to go to work somewhere else.
We show by a real example how the dependence of ownership of shares on the fulfillment of an employee’s labor function in one of our projects was ensured. Important: inclusion in co-owners was due to participation in management. Accordingly, when an employee is dismissed from the company, there must be grounds for depriving him of his share. Continue reading