Broad-based options remain the norm in high-technology companies and have become more widely used in other industries as well.Larger, publicly traded companies such as Starbucks, Southwest Airlines, and Cisco now give stock options to most or all of their employees.The following is a list of all administrative regulations promulgated by the Alabama Commissioner of Insurance.The regulations are listed in order by regulation number.The primary type of compensation, of course, is cash, which comes in the form of hourly wages, contract income, salaries, bonuses, matching retirement plan contributions, and lifetime payouts from defined benefit plans.
As of 2014, the General Social Survey estimated that 7.2 employees held stock options, plus probably several hundred thousand employees who have other forms of individual equity.
However, it does pose some potential drawbacks (to which the former employees of Enron and Worldcom can readily attest).
Although the particulars vary from one form of stock compensation to another, the basic idea behind most forms is to provide workers with the means to buy company stock which they can then sell.
Esse sono conferite gratuitamente ai dipendenti (solitamente ai manager).
I dipendenti non pagano alcun prezzo d'acquisto; l'opzione perde ogni valore dopo la scadenza e, dunque, prima della scadenza viene esercitata se il prezzo d'esercizio (strike price) è inferiore al valore di mercato cui è quotata l'azione sottostante.