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European Parliament resolution of 14 January 2014 on financial participation of employees in companies’ proceeds

on Wednesday, 26 November 2014. Posted in EU Documents

 

Contents:

  • Obstacles to EFP uptake in the EU
  • Taxation issues
  • Recommendations

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Financial participation of employees in companies’ proceeds

Report of the European Parliament 2013

employee financial participation (EFP) schemes can offer direct financial benefits above and beyond agreed basic remuneration structures…

Available in all EU languages here

 

Contents:

  • Obstacles to EFP uptake in the EU
  • Taxation issues
  • Recommendations

Download here in all EU languages

 

Financial participation of employees in companies’ proceeds

Report of the European Parliament 2013

employee financial participation (EFP) schemes can offer direct financial benefits above and beyond agreed basic remuneration structures…

Available in all EU languages here

 

Action Plan on Company Law and Corporate Governance

In 2012, the European Commission (DG Market) issued an Action Plan: European Company Law and Corporate Governance - A Modern Legal Framework For More Engaged Shareholders and Sustainable Companies

For the first time Employee Share Ownership becomes part of a larger strategy of the EU institutions in the field of corporate governance:

The Commission believes that employees’ interest in the sustainability of their company is an element that ought to be considered in the design of any well-functioning governance framework.

Available in all languages here

 

Employee financial participation in Europe

Opinion of the Economic and Social Committee of the European Union 2010

Employee financial participation (EFP) offers an opportunity for businesses, employees and society as a whole to participate more, and more effectively, in the success of the increasing Europeanisation of economic activity.

Available in all EU languages here

 

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