As an employer, there are many ways you can reward and incentivise your staff, from Christmas parties to team lunches. But one of the most attractive options is an employee share scheme.
Employee share schemes allow you to give some (or all) of your employees a stake in your business. Not only are share schemes a great way to show your appreciation for your team’s hard work, but they also give staff a vested interest in your success.
In recent years, more and more companies have chosen to start an employee share scheme. By the end of the 2021 tax year, 16,330 companies were operating a scheme – a 6% increase on the year before.
But what are employee share schemes, and how do they work?
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