Help Your Employees Focus on the Future
Any organization seeking to boost equity participation and employee share ownership today needs to consider how they can structure their equity programs to achieve these ends. Focusing on strategies that help workers accumulate wealth and manage financial risks can ultimately be a win-win, helping employees focus more on both their financial future and the long-run success of their organization.
Dr. Bill Castellano is not an employee of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC. His opinions are solely his own and may not necessarily reflect those of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC or its affiliates.
Dr. Bill Castellano is Professor of Strategic HR Management at Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations. He is also the Executive Director for the Center for Employee Ownership and an Executive Committee member of Rutgers Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing. Bill also serves as a board member of the Global Equity Organization. Bill is the former Chair of the HR Department, Associate Dean of External Engagement and Executive and Professional Education, and former Director of the Center for HR Strategy. His research, teaching, and consulting activities are focused on understanding the impact of employee ownership and equity compensation strategies on individual and organizational outcomes, the strategic management of human capital, employee engagement, and the development of leaders for the challenges of the 21st century. Bill has over forty years of experience working in corporate Fortune 50, entrepreneurial and research environments. Before joining Rutgers University, he held senior HR management positions at Merrill Lynch and Manufacturers Hanover Trust, where he was involved with human resource strategies and practices that supported both individual business groups and the global enterprise. Bill is an accomplished researcher publishing his work in practitioner and academic journals, and is a frequent speaker at national HR and business conferences.