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GEOnomics 2011 - a Journal of Global Equity Plan Leadership By Carine Schneider et al.
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We are pleased to present our third edition of GEOnomics, our compilation of original essays written by thought leaders from the global share plan community. Each year, GEO has asked a variety of... More > industry professionals to consider the important topics and challenges facing practitioners in the post-economic correction. In this year’s journal, we will cover such topics as governance and performance plans, research covering the effectiveness of equity compensation over the past ten years, vendor selection and transition, understanding the equity plan industry in the post-recession environment and risk management. GEO’s mission has been to provide education and networking opportunities for share plan professionals around the globe. With almost 4,000 members in 63 countries, this book will provide readers with experienced perspectives as well as original essays written by tomorrow’s leaders.< Less
The Equity Premium Puzzle, Intrinsic Growth & Monetary Policy An Unexpected Solution Theory & Strategy for the Coming Jobless Age By Robert Shuler
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This book shows we must adjust money supply to account for productivity if deflation is to be avoided. The central banker is not profit oriented and can create money at will, not subject to rational... More > investor constraints. Businesses leverage low interest rates enforced by the central bank to grow and increase employment, compensating for the reduced labor necessary for the former level of goods and services. This leveraged difference in returns is the equity premium. Even a one time productivity increase requires a corresponding permanent increase not in the money supply itself, but in the "rate of increase" of the money supply. Given the steady growth in productivity of the last 100 years, the world economy is now grossly under-stimulated and in danger of precipitous deflation. Both academic models and arguments based on historical events are presented, along with analysis of the meaning of money, investor behavior, and practical techniques for obtaining the equity premium in one's portfolio.< Less
Hedge Fund People Strategy: Human Capital that Supports Investment Excellence, Sustainability, and Growth By Michael Dennis Graham
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Hedge Fund People Strategy: Human Capital That Supports Investment Excellence, Sustainability, & Growth is intended to provide readers with a perspective on the key dimensions of hedge fund... More > people strategy and the organizational, talent management, compensation and employee relations practices in the hedge fund industry. More than just describing these practices, this book outlines why the practices need to be unique to each firm, and how firms can ensure that human capital is working as hard as the financial, intellectual, information, and other capital components demonstrated in today’s most successful firms. This book offers an unrivaled look at one of the little discussed but critical success factors in the hedge fund industry, its people< Less
BUS 303 WEEK 2 QUIZ By unquite ltd
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BUS 303 WEEK 2 QUIZ To view this, visit following link or email us BUS 303 WEEK 2 QUIZ 1. All the following are... More > forms of compensation except: Fixed working hours Bonuses Awards Equity 2. ______ is the broadening of the types of tasks and responsibilities performed on the job, with the purpose of creating interesting and less monotonous jobs. Job enrichment Job enlargement Job rotation Task significance 3.______ provide the service of leasing talent to other organizations based on their needs. Employment agencies Headhunters Temp agencies Contingency firms 4.______ is the degree to which the job allows the incumbent to complete an identifiable work product and see clearly tangible or perceivable outcomes. Skill variety Task identity Autonomy< Less
The Proactive Employer: Selected Readings on Compliance, Employment Discrimination and Litigation Avoidance By Stephanie R. Thomas, Ph.D.
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Managing EEO compliance and employment practices litigation is critical in today's business climate. This book provides basic information about the kinds of risks you face. Inside you’ll find... More > short articles on gender discrimination, race and national origin discrimination, age discrimination, retaliation, recruiting and hiring, compensation and termination. Most importantly, you’ll find concise information with practical suggestions on how to be compliant and manage your employment litigation risk. The goal of these writings is to give readers the tools and information they need to proactively examine employment decisions with respect to equity. This book is designed to give you a starting point, to address your concerns about these kinds of analyses, and put you on the path to becoming a Proactive Employer.< Less
Bp Holdings Management By Zack Andrew
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President Obama's new proposed budget is out, and it includes a call to eliminate what's known as the carried interest provisions of the tax code. But what is carried interest, and why should... More > ordinary investors care about it? In the following video, Dan Caplinger, The Motley Fool's director of investment planning, looks at carried interest and its impact on taxes. Dan notes that carried interest is a way that many investment managers get paid, by taking a share of profits from the investments they make. With the rise of private-equity firms Blackstone Group (NYSE: BX ) , Apollo Global Management (NYSE: APO ) , KKR (NYSE: KKR ) , and Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG ) , carried interest has gotten a lot of attention because it enables managers to pay lower long-term capital gains rates on what many would see as compensation for their management services. But proponents argue that carried-interest treatment is fair because the managers' investment is at risk.< Less