How to Win the War on Talent With Equity Education

Recruiting and retaining talent has never been more competitive than it is today for startups and scale-ups. Approximately ⅔ of employees in the US are looking for new jobs, with 4 million Americans quitting their jobs in April of 2021 alone.

With over 9 million unfilled roles nationwide, companies need to provide their employees and potential hires with reasons to pick them and remain engaged.

While having a strong culture can attract the right people to your organization, there’s one overlooked area that can make the difference when it comes to winning the war on talent. That area is employee equity education.

As a startup’s valuation grows over time, having a stake in the business can become a financially life changing event for the employee in the future. That’s why it’s important for companies to provide their employees with the tools and expertise to make an informed equity plan.

It is becoming a benefit that many companies are standardizing as part of an employee’s financial wellness package to attract and retain employees.

In this session, we’ll chat with the team at secfi to discuss best practices on how People teams are helping their employees navigate equity decisions from offer - through an IPO.

You’ll learn:

- Insights into the most common equity-related questions from startup employees

- Tips for helping new recruits understand their equity package

- How equity planning can be used to build a more inclusive startup culture

- Best practices for integrating equity expertise into financial wellness programs

And we’ll be sure to leave time at the end to answer your questions.
  • When: Pacific Time (US & Canada)
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Price: Free
  • Language: English
  • Who can attend? Everyone
  • Dial-in available? (listen only): Not available.
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