Endorsed by the Labor and Employment Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin
Nothing ventured, nothing gained
By 2017, an estimated 40.3 percent of family business owners expect to retire, creating a significant transition of ownership in the U.S.1 That means plenty of new owners in need of guidance on employment, compensation, and retirement plan issues for family employees and key non-family executives.
A Guide to Employment Terms and Compensation of Key Personnel in Family Businesses addresses these concerns so you can better counsel your clients through important decisions. It’s a special opportunity for you to learn from a variety of experienced professionals and specialists, including:
- An HR professional
- A retirement plan administrator
- A compensation analyst
Booming business tips
Leave with a better understanding of the tools available for family businesses to successfully and profitably manage both family and non-family employees. Explore how to:
- Make compensation and advancement decisions
- Use contracts and non-compete agreements to create a win-win for the business and family employees
- Conduct performance evaluations in an equitable way for family employees, officers, and directors
- Achieve phase-down and retirement security for senior generations with tax-efficient deferred compensation and non-qualified plans
Plus, discover best practices for attracting and retaining quality non-family executives using equity participation or non-equity alternatives.
An education in enterprise
Be the trusted resource family business owners can turn to for counsel when faced with employment challenges. Purchase today for A Guide to Employment Terms and Compensation of Key Personnel in Family Businesses.