Without being inane and stating the obvious, LTI is a vital component of your Employee Value Proposition (“EVP”) and influences the company’s ability to attract and retain talented individuals, introduce a high-performance culture, and ensure the attainment of the company’s strategy- ultimately resulting in increased profitability.
Let’s examine a few truths about current LTI schemes extracted from behavioral psychology:
” My research suggests, somewhat perversely, that companies would be better off paying larger salaries and using annual cash bonuses to incentivize desired actions and behaviors. Additionally, they should require leaders to invest those bonuses in company stock (or should pay the bonuses in the form of restricted stock) until a certain share of leaders’ net worth, or some multiple of their annual salary, is invested”
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