Contact Us


    Increasing Corporate Integrity With Structured Succession Plans

    The modern, fast-paced business era demands for companies to structure solid succession plans to ensure that day-to-day business operations are not hindered, and to ensure that a bright future for a company remains possible. Succession planning is a highly evolved process that strategically places individuals in significant positions within a company’s infrastructure.

    Best Mindset for Formulating a Succession Plan

    The best thing to do when formulating a succession plan is to have a forward thinking approach. This means that the scope of the positions that you are hiring for should extend beyond senior management positions; essentially, it should include other positions within an organization, such as managers, administrators, account representatives and other professional staff members.

    What to Look for in Candidates

    It is important to identify the specific attributes that you seek in an employee candidate. Knowing the characteristics of an individual that best fits your organization’s structure and your value systems is the best way to protect your company’s core values. Companies should form focus groups from its department heads and internal leaders to create an objective outline that documents the qualities that a company seeks in an individual.

    Finalizing and Hiring an Employee

    When it is time to finalize the acceptance of a new employee candidate, it is important to separate biased perspectives from the selection process. A lot of company heads unknowingly hire someone who is exactly like them. This hiring practice has proven to be a hindrance for many companies, and in some cases detrimental to the growth and expansion of interdepartmental groups.

    Retention of Employees

    Every succession plan should include a section for maintaining the retention of valuable employees. These employees represent the stars of a company and they are entitled to more than nominal bonus packages. Studies find that employees who are recognized by their company and rewarded openly are extremely loyal. This type of employee finds value in many attributes of their company, such as being given important assignments, receiving promotions, perks, performance awards, company stocks, participation in group activities, paid vacation prizes and compensation bonuses; these employees are less likely to jump ship for more money.

    It is important for companies to act now and to formulate a succession plan that ensures that its organization runs on autopilot. Contacting a Palm Springs corporate attorney is one of the best ways to ensure that you have a well-structured succession plan that safeguards your business.

    Spread the love

    Comments are closed.

    Palm Springs

    Indian Wells

    Orange County

    San Diego

    New Jersey

    New York

    Palm Springs
    1800 East Tahquitz Canyon Way
    Palm Springs, CA 92262
    Indian Wells
    74785 Hwy 111, Ste. 105
    Indian Wells, CA 92210
    Orange County
    650 Town Center Drive, Ste. 1400
    Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    San Diego
    121 Broadway, Suite 553
    San Diego, California 92101
    New Jersey
    103 Carnegie Center Blvd., Ste. 300
    Princeton, NJ 08540
    New York
    405 Lexington Avenue, 26th Floor
    New York, New York
    Palm Springs California Law Firm