Jeremy Goldstein on employee incentive and how they can be uses fairly

Running a company takes a lot of work and you not only have to think about company profits and and longevity but employees and keeping them happy. Part of this equation is compensating employees. Earning per Share is how these form of compensation is managed. Jeremy Goldstein is a practicing lawyer in New York City and knows how to handle these sensitive issues. He has worked with giant corporations like Verizon, Bank of America, and Goldman Sachs. Learn more: http://officialjeremygoldstein.com/

 

Some of the positive factors of this system are that they encourage shareholders on whether they will buy these stocks, or sell them. Along with the fact that EPS influences stock prices, it also encourages companies to pay out more their loyal employees. It is a win-win for everyone. When companies use EPS is contributes in the long run success of a company.

 

Although this Earning per Share are generally a positive factor for companies, employers, employees, and shareholders there are some challenges and problems that come with this. Some executives end up taking advantage of them. They may also leverage these incentives with favoritism, which is completely not fair. CEO’S may also change results on paper for their own benefit. Another factor and nature of Earning per Share are changing all the time and are known to be unreliable. Jeremy Goldstein says there needs to be come compromise when using employee incentives. CEO’s and executives need to be held accountable for their actions and use EPS’s accordingly.

 

Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates LLC. is a boutique law firm located in the city of dreams, New York City, New York. They specialize in an array of subjects including compensation matters. They advise CEO’s, compensation committees, corporate governance matters, and executive compensation. The founder Jeremy Goldstein is a practicing lawyer in New York and has been recognized for his hard work and vast knowledge.

 

He has worked at other law firms in his past including Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. He went to the New York University School of Law where he got a Juris Doctor. Jeremy Goldstein has worked with some huge corporations solidifying his status as a legit and competent lawyer. He is also the a philanthropist and sits on a few boards that are based on charity and helping others. One of the organizations he participates in is on the Board of Directors for Fountain House. They help people recover those who suffer from mental illness.

Dr. David Samadi: Noted Urologist

Noted urologist Dr. David Samadi recently shared his thoughts regarding Mitt Romney’s cancer prognosis. Samadi believes that, after treatment for prostate cancer, the outlook is good for Romney.

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The former Republican presidential nominee made the announcement that he had undergone prostate surgery last summer to deal with a slow-growing tumor. The tumor had been diagnosed earlier that year. This announcement is one that Samadi takes to be an indication that Romney will likely pursue the Senate seat that is being vacated by Orrin Hatch.

The surgery, which was performed at UC Irvine Hospital by Dr. Thomas Ahlering, was a success. Romney was far from being alone in facing prostate cancer. In 2017, there were 161,360 other men who were also diagnosed with the disease. It is expected that 2018 will bring about 164,690 new cases.

Romney is also typical of those affected by the cancer. Aged 70, he is in the demographic for the disease. Prostate cancer tends to affect men over the age of 65, with approximately 60% of cases being diagnosed in men 65+.

Other well-known men have been among that number, too. John Kerry underwent prostate surgery in 2002 during his presidential run. The following year, former Secretary of State Colin Powell faced the same.

How prostate cancer is treated depends on stage and whether it is localized. The choices facing a man are surgery or radiation. Dr. Samadi generally recommends surgery rather than radiation if the cancer is localized, because studies have shown that patients tend to do better in that situation. Also, radiation may make it more likely that the patient will develop a secondary cancer as a side effect. Plus, survival rates are far better: almost 100% for those with localized cancer who have their prostate removed.

What is important for all men facing a prostate cancer diagnosis is that they have an experienced urologist and/or oncologist. With his M.D. from SUNY Stony Brook School of Medicine and extensive additional education, Dr. Samadi certainly falls into that category. Among the many things that he has done to continue his education since medical school include postgraduate training in urology at at Montefiore Medical Center and in proctology both at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center. He also completed an oncology fellowship in proctology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and a robotic radical prostatectomy fellowship at Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil.

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Felipe Montoro Jens Reports the 2018 Projects in Brazil

The Northeastern states of Brazil have started working on a number of projects in a variety of sectors. The state governments are doing concessions, subconcessions, and PPPs. One of the active officials in the plans is the infrastructure expert Felipe Montoro Jens who is also known as one of Brazil’s most capable businessman.

According to Felipe Montoro Jens, the northeastern states have signed 23 PPP contracts already with prospects for even more contracts. The already signed ones are worth over 28 M Brazilian dollars. That is the second largest volume, the first one being the over 60 contracts made by the southern states, says Felipe Montoro Jens. From the northeastern states Bahia, Piaui, Maranhao, Pernambuco, Ceara, Alagoas, Rio Grade do Northern, and so on, are hard at work on various concession and PPPs projects.

Pernambuco has some of the largest projects among the northeastern states. The sanitation company of the state is COMPESA, and it is a part of the initiative of BNDES- the National Bank of Economic and Social Development. The bank is focused on increasing the involvement of private capital in the country’s sanitation sector. Felipe Montoro Jens reported that BNDES is working with advisory services to help them analyze what business models will be able to attract investors to the 15 states.

Maranhao is working in the criminal justice sector. the state is establishing front prisons which will be completed by June 2019.

Bahia is working in transportation and will e substituting the suburban train with a road of about 19 miles stopping at 21 places. The project will be an advantage for nearly 2 million citizens. The Piaui state is working on as many as 24 concession projects in sanitation, consumer services such as Internet connection, and several infrastructure projects. The most significant of the plans is with a sanitation company to increase the capital’s sewage network.