Figuring out a good way to compensate your employees can be a challenging and often frustrating process. New York City lawyer Jeremy Goldstein has seen from experience how employers and employees struggle with it. He advises big companies on incentive-based programs and which one are best. Mr. Goldstein has worked with Bank of America, Verizon, and Goldman Sachs. Due to his years of experience in his industry, the award winning lawyer has a deep set of knowledge that translates into helping clients with their most challenging questions and problems.
Mr. Goldstein says that EPS is a generally a positive factor for businesses. EPS means earning per share. It is a huge factor when it comes to shareholders and whether they buy or sell. It also encourages businesses to pay more out to employees. There also not so positive factors about earning per share. They say that Chief Executive Officers and Executives can gain a lot of power from them and creates favoritism. They can also change results on their numbers to up the share sales. Yet another unsavory factor to these EPS’s are that they are not long term and are mostly focused on quick success. On top of that critics say they are constantly changing and are not reliable. It seems like lots of things have two sides to the coin. It is important to focus on making long term goals build up a company and its employees, not quick fixes. Mr. Goldstein suggests there is a solution to this. You can keep these share for employees but find a way to hold the companies CEO’s, Presidents, and Founders responsible for their actions so they don’t take advantage of the system.
Lawyer superstar Jeremy Goldstein has worked for a number of high profile clients that have raved about his great lawyer skills. Little do people know that Jeremy Goldstein studied art history at the university. He went to Cornell University where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Art History in 1995. At the University of Chicago Mr. Goldstein got a Master of Arts in Art History in 1996. Jeremy changed directions and went to New York University School of Law. In 1999 Jeremy Goldstein received a Juris Doctor in Law.
He now is partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC where he helps clients with executive compensation matters. He founded the law firm in June of 2014. The award winning lawyer sits on a number of boards for charities focused on giving back. Mr. Goldstein resides in New York City where he runs his law firm.