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  Employee stock option - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Employee stock options are stock options for the company's own stock that are often offered to upper-level employees as part of the executive compensation package, especially by American corporations.
Because most employee stock options are nontransferrable, are not immediately exerciseable, and have other restrictions, the IRS considers that their "fair market value" cannot be "readily determined", and therefore "no taxable event" occurs when an employee receives an option grant.
If, however, the employee exercises the options, then holds onto the resulting stock for at least one year before selling, then when the sale occurs, the profit is taxed at the lower capital gains tax rate, which is either 5%, 15%, 25%, or 28% (in 2004).
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /employee_stock_option.htm   (1503 words)

  
 29CFR825.825.302 - What notice does an employee have to give an employer when the need for FMLA leave is foreseeable?
(a) An employee must provide the employer at least 30 days advance notice before FMLA leave is to begin if the need for the leave is foreseeable based on an expected birth, placement for adoption or foster care, or planned medical treatment for a serious health condition of the employee or of a family member.
The employee need not expressly assert rights under the FMLA or even mention the FMLA, but may only state that leave is needed for an expected birth or adoption, for example.
Employees are ordinarily expected to consult with their employers prior to the scheduling of treatment in order to work out a treatment schedule which best suits the needs of both the employer and the employee.
www.dol.gov /dol/allcfr/ESA/Title_29/Part_825/29CFR825.302.htm   (834 words)

  
 Employee Benefits - Disability Services
Employees must let providers know they are being treated for a work related incident and they will be paid at the rate set by the Department of Industrial Accident.Employees should contact the Workers' Compensation Office, when certain types of treatment/diagnostic tests/change in providers become necessary.
Employee is requested to attend an independent medical examination for evaluation, and he/she fails or refuses to attend.
Employee is requested to attend an evaluation by a Department of Industrial Accidents Vocational Rehabilitation Review Officer and refuses to attend or to cooperate with the provision of vocational rehabilitation services.
web.mit.edu /hr/benefits/work_comp.html   (1186 words)

  
 29CFR825.825.110 - Which employees are ``eligible'' to take leave under FMLA?
If an employee is maintained on the payroll for any part of a week, including any periods of paid or unpaid leave (sick, vacation) during which other benefits or compensation are provided by the employer (e.g., workers' compensation, group health plan benefits, etc.), the week counts as a week of employment.
If an employee notifies the employer of need for FMLA leave before the employee meets these eligibility criteria, the employer must either confirm the employee's eligibility based upon a projection that the employee will be eligible on the date leave would commence or must advise the employee when the eligibility requirement is met.
Where the employee does not give notice of the need for leave more than two business days prior to commencing leave, the employee will be deemed to be eligible if the employer fails to advise the employee that the employee is not eligible within two business days of receiving the employee's notice.
www.dol.gov /dol/allcfr/ESA/Title_29/Part_825/29CFR825.110.htm   (686 words)

  
 VSU Human Resources Employee Benefits   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Staff employees having the optional retirement program, by virtue of their appointment, rather than the Teachers Retirement System (TRS) shall have a long-term disability program that does not coordinate with their pension program in that the ORP values, unlike that of the TRS generally continue to increase in value the longer they are held.
Employees should be aware of the fact that income taxes are not withheld from the imputed income and might, in certain cases, result in a significant tax liability.
Employees and participating companies are required to comply with all I.R.S. requirements in the establishment of and participation in a 403(b) program(s).
services.valdosta.edu /human_resources/policy/benefits.htm   (5677 words)

  
 Employee alarm systems. - 1910.165
The employee alarm system shall provide warning for necessary emergency action as called for in the emergency action plan, or for reaction time for safe escape of employees from the workplace or the immediate work area, or both.
The employee alarm shall be capable of being perceived above ambient noise or light levels by all employees in the affected portions of the workplace.
The employee alarm shall be distinctive and recognizable as a signal to evacuate the work area or to perform actions designated under the emergency action plan.
www.osha.gov /pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=STANDARDS&p_id=9819&p_text_version=FALSE   (678 words)

  
 Employee Retention -- The Workforce Stability Institute   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Prospective employees are reached through the marketplace at large, as well as through targeted efforts such as college recruiting, job fairs, or recruiting trips to other countries.
Employees need a sense about what their growth opportunities really are.
Today's employees want to be stable, but are often "chased out" by those who are more concerned with power and position than with caring for people.
www.employee.org /workforce_stability_model.html   (1213 words)

  
 Benefits Home Page
Employee Benefits in Private Industry, Summary, 2005 (PDF) - providing data from the 2005 survey on incidence and provisions of all private establishments.
Employee Benefits in Private Industry, 2002-2003 (PDF) - providing data from the 2002 and 2003 surveys on incidence and provisions of all private establishments.
Employee Benefits in Private Industry, 2000 (PDF) - providing data from the 2000 surveys on incidence and provisions of all private establishments.
stats.bls.gov /ncs/ebs   (454 words)

  
 CITES BY TOPIC: employee
For purposes of this chapter, the term ''employee'' includes [is limited to] an officer, employee, or elected official of the United States, a State, or any political subdivision thereof, or the District of Columbia, or any agency or instrumentality of any one or more of the foregoing.
Employee: “The term employee specifically includes officers and employees whether elected or appointed, of the United States, a state, territory, or political subdivision thereof or the District of Columbia or any agency or instrumentality of any one or more of the foregoing.
Here the individual acts towards legatees in performance of a duty, and in exercise of a power not derived from their consent, but devolved on him by an authority which quoad hoc is superior....
famguardian.org /TaxFreedom/CitesByTopic/employee.htm   (669 words)

  
 Employee at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The employee contributes labour and expertise to an enterprise.
Employees usually are the labour in the three factors of production, the others being land and capital.
Sometimes employees are represented by labor unions (American English), or trade unions (British English).
wiki.tatet.com /Employee.html   (279 words)

  
 Employee Benefits
Employees must have exhausted all accrued Extended Illness leave and, in the case of classified employees, must be disabled seven consecutive calendar days.
Any employee who fails to report to work, and whose supervisor has not been notified, may be considered absent without leave, receive no pay for the time absent, and be subject to disciplinary action or termination.
Extended illness leave shall be granted for absences due to personal illness and for family illness such as illness of the employee’s household member, immediate family or guardian, or (with Appointing Authority’s approval) illness of any person related to the employee or the employee’s spouse, upon presentation of a physician’s statement.
www.co.pinellas.fl.us /persnl/handbook/sec14.htm   (3092 words)

  
 The Ownership Society and Employee Ownership
A National Center for Employee Ownership survey found that a typical options recipient would realize an average of a few thousand dollars in value per year over a 10-year period, although there is significant variation.
The concept of employee ownership is growing not just because of taxes or worker approval, but also because it works.
Employee ownership, a sound idea, is still largely unknown to or misunderstood by most Americans, even our highly-educated business leaders.
www.nceo.org /library/ownership-society.html   (900 words)

  
 SAIC: About SAIC: An Employee-Owned Company
We believe employee ownership is the spark that motivates higher creativity and initiative along with better performance for customers, and higher levels of customer satisfaction.
Employee ownership works because SAIC employees see how their actions directly contribute to both the company's financial success and their own.
Employee ownership to me would mean a stake in the company.
www.saic.com /empown   (803 words)

  
 Employee Engagement
This kind of hotline can serve for important information updates in times of crisis, as well as a place for employees in an impacted area to call and register the fact that they are OK or know of fellow coworkers who have been injured or killed.
We recommend most companies pay their employees full or at least reduced wages until they can be relocated to work in another location of the same company (if existant) or complete filing for unemployment.
Employees do not have to include the donated leave in their income.
www.edelman.com /speak_up/empeng   (1213 words)

  
 Employee Satisfaction Survey Services from Polaris   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Employee performance and employee satisfaction are strongly related, as are employee satisfaction and employee retention, and employee retention and customer satisfaction.
Complete programs often start with separate employee and/or management focus groups, which have the dual purpose of gaining employee involvement and support for the employee satisfaction program while gathering critical input to be used in designing the actual employee satisfaction survey.
Polaris has the on-site capabilities to consult with you, design the employee satisfaction survey instrument, field the survey and collect the data (telephone, web, email, or mail), analyze the results, and provide you with a road map based on statistical applications, which will guide your company towards focusing on the most important areas of improvement.
www.polarismr.com /employ_satis.htm   (276 words)

  
 Employee satisfaction survey
Noticing this trend, many organizations are investing in measuring and quantifying employee opinions and attitudes by incorporating Employee Satisfaction Surveys into their existing HR and organizational processes.
Because motivated employees are critical to improved organizational initiatives, such as increasing customer satisfaction, enterprises that value and strive for greater employee satisfaction ultimately create higher customer satisfaction.
Confirmit enables creation of automated online survey and reporting processes that are 100% tailored to their business and employees, eliminating the inconveniences of manual data entry and reducing the turnaround time from creation of the survey to its deployment and results.
www.confirmit.com /solutions/survey/employee_satisfaction   (484 words)

  
 Employee Ownership Options - Caledonian Book Manufacturing Co Ltd
The banks then had to be persuaded that this was a good way of injecting fresh capital, the employees had to be informed of the benefits of ownership, and the trade unions also had to be persuaded to back the project.
The shares still have to be held in trust for 2 years to avoid being treated as a benefit in kind.
The company now has a framework to extend employee ownership and/or act as the conduit for the exit of other equity participants.
www.employee-ownership.org.uk /eoocaled.htm   (476 words)

  
 What are my rights as an employee?
The law specifically prohibits employers of five employees or more from treating employees unfairly because of their race, sex, color, national origin, age, religion, disability, marital status, medical condition, sexual orientation or gender identity.
Employees injured on the job are generally entitled to some workers' compensation benefits no matter how the injury occurred.
And the employee must be able to recover the same damages from an arbitration as the employee could win in court.
www.calbar.ca.gov /state/calbar/calbar_extend.jsp?cid=10581&id=12442   (5792 words)

  
 Employee Express   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Employee Express Help-Desk, at (478) 757-3030 is staffed during the hours of 7:00 a.m.
Employees who misplace their PIN and need a replacement can request one from the Employee Express Help-Desk at (478) 757-3030.
General: The Thrift Savings Board allows the use of automated systems like Employee Express to be used by employees to declare the percent or dollar amount to be deducted from pay for TSP contributions.
dothr.ost.dot.gov /HR_Programs/Automation/Employee_Express/employee_express.html   (494 words)

  
 Employee Opinion Surveys   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Although the employee opinion survey has been around for decades, up until recently it has been used primarily to gauge employee satisfaction and engagement.
Done right, an employee opinion survey can provide you with an understanding of the employee behaviors and perceptions that impact important business outcomes, such as employee retention, employee commitment, customer satisfaction and performance.
The material collected here covers recent advances in employee research and describes how these advances are being used to make better human capital decisions and improve business results.
www.imercer.com /globalcontent/surveys/eesurveys.asp   (596 words)

  
 Employee Express   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Employee Express is an automated system that puts Department of the Interior employees in control of processing their own discretionary personnel and payroll actions.
Depending on the transaction an employee wishes to process, he or she will also need additional information such as the name of his or her financial institution or health benefits provider.
Employee Express can be accessed via a touch-tone phone, a touch-screen kiosk (where available), or the Internet via Netscape or Microsoft's Internet Explorer at www.employeeexpress.gov.
www.doiu.nbc.gov /orientation/express.html   (295 words)

  
 Employee University - Employment Law Training Videos
Employee / Workplace negativity and conflict training videos; from the Interpersonal Communication catalog; training videos that address bad attitudes and employee conflict; mediation and conflict resolution.
Employee Discipline and Termination Videos, from the Leadership and Management catalog; those in employee management dread the inevitable day they must confront an employee whose performance is below standard, or whose conduct is disruptive.
Workplace Discrimination; your employee handbook says that it is your policy not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap or disability, with respect to recruitment, hiring, training, promotion and other terms and conditions of employment.
www.employeeuniversity.com /employmentlaw   (569 words)

  
 Employee Surveys   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Employee satisfaction surveys are a vital tool to measure and benchmark the satisfaction of your employees.
Loyal and productive employees are any business's most vital asset, yet few take the time to measure their employees' satisfaction.
Infosurv has conducted online employee satisfaction surveys for Fortune 500 corporations, major government agencies, national associations, and a number of smaller companies and non-profit organizations.
www.employee-surveys.net   (236 words)

  
 SBA - Employee Benefits
Designing the right benefit plan for your employees is a complex task that includes taxes, legal aspects, funding, and selection of vendors or administrators.
An employee benefit plan protects employees and their families from economic hardship brought about by sickness, disability, death, or unemployment; it provides retirement income to employees and their families; and it provides a system of leave or time off from work.
For many employers, a benefit plan is an integral part of total compensation, because employers either pay the entire cost of a benefit plan or have employees contribute a small portion of premium costs for their coverage.
www.sba.gov /starting_business/employees/benefits.html   (246 words)

  
 The Ohio Employee Ownership Center
Employee involvement and training efforts should be developed in support of employee owned firms' goals and ongoing efforts to make real changes which eliminate waste (scrap, rework, excessive inventory, and inefficiencies) but not workers, and improve working life.
Surveys and feedback may be used as tools for planning, understanding strengths and weaknesses, and as baseline data for periodic measurement of progress toward firms' employee ownership and HR goals.
Financial Analysis: This workshop teaches employee owners to analyze financial statements, examining the operating cycle, cash flow, and working capital needs; to figure standard financial ratios; and to apply these skills in uncovering the financial problems of a simulated ESOP firm.
dept.kent.edu /oeoc/EOTrainingDevelopment/EOTrainingDevelopment.htm   (865 words)

  
 Employer-Employee.com: Motivate Employees Without Money.
After all, you are not asking them to come in 2 hours early or stay 2 hours late, all you want is for them to give that little extra customer service, smile instead of frown, and not complain so much.
An employee with good morale is not necessary a motivated employee.
For example, an employee that comes to work and spends one or two hours each day socializing may have great morale, but will also have the worst production levels of any employee in the department.
www.employer-employee.com /motivat.htm   (707 words)

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