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Layoffs- "Bonus" to cover cost of stock options?

The simplest and least confusing thing to do would be to just let them keep whatever stock options they are vested in. Costs you nothing until they are redeemed, spreads the redemption over time, lets ...
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Layoffs- "Bonus" to cover cost of stock options?

But, if a company wanted to do this as a kind gesture, is that an okay thing to do? There's nothing illegal about it I can think of, but it is likely to be pricy (you will need legal and accountant ...
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Layoffs- "Bonus" to cover cost of stock options?

As a gesture of goodwill, my idea was to give the laid off employees a "bonus" that they could use to purchase their stock options, But, if a company wanted to do this as a kind gesture, is ...
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How do I handle an unclear Work from Home Policy and setting expectations?

Without knowing the scale of your organization, I would strongly recommend against making your own policies without first consulting more senior leadership and/or the HR team. Having policies for your ...
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