The decision of determining if outsourcing is right for you can be difficult to make and in this educational discussion you will learn how to make this decision as well what the different types of models are out there in the industry and which one is right for you. Susan Garvin of SOS speaks alongside Joanne Burns of Financial Engines and they will review the risks, the benefits, and the best practices for administrative challenges.
Susan Garvin of SOS said, “’Outsourcing has become such a commonplace term in recent years we may no longer understand what someone else means when she uses the word. Or worse, we may assume we understand her definition when we really don’t. In fields such as Equity Compensation, we need to have an accurate understanding of how and when certain terms are used in order to make sure we stay in compliance and derive the best solutions for our companies and participants. The term ‘outsourcing’
With respect to the payoff for organizations committed to taking these steps, Garvin continued, “Companies willing to do this up front work and build a working relationship with their selected vendor, will see a tremendous return on their investment, while companies making assumptions and just taking a leap of faith are more likely to be disappointed. We hope that this webcast can be the first step of a more deliberative process.”
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