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The State of Employee Stock Options

Conducted by WorldatWork in Conjunction with Sibson Consulting, The Segal Company

Survey

These reports summarize the results of a WorldatWork member survey, conducted jointly by WorldatWork and Sibson Consulting/The Segal Company in September and October 2003. The purpose of the survey was to update the data initially gathered in early 2002 regarding common practices and trends related to the administration of stock option compensation programs within publicly held companies.

Survey Results

Introduction

This report summarizes the results of a WorldatWork member survey, conducted jointly by WorldatWork and Sibson Consulting/The Segal Company in September and October 2003. The purpose of the survey was to update a survey data set initially gathered in early 2002 regarding common practices and trends related to the administration of stock option compensation programs within publicly held companies. A representative random sample of 5,751 WorldatWork members was sent an e-mail invitation Sept. 25, 2003, containing a link to the online survey. When the survey closed Oct. 2, a total of 642 responses had been received (a 10 percent response rate). The results in the report, however, relate to the 336 respondents who were from publicly traded companies.

Available Reports

  • 2003
  • 2002