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the right to buy or sell a stock at a specified price within a stated period

a benefit given by a company to an employee in the form of an option to buy stock in the company at a discount or at a fixed price

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Jo Scully, the Environment Agency s ESOS project lead, said: We know that many businesses are working hard on their ESOS preparations but it is vital that all businesses check to see if they need to take part by visiting the GOV.
Essentially ESOS is a good piece of legislation for large companies as it gives the drive and support to make the necessary changes to save energy and become more environmentally aware.
Those are the words of ESOS MD Dave Cooper who adds: "The pace at which outsourcing is being recognised as a sound strategic and financial practice is strengthening every month and its benefits are even more evident during these times of economic uncertainty.
Even better, complete HR solutions like that offered by the joint efforts of ESOS and Auto Time Solutions make it possible for overtime hours and absence information to be directly fed into the payroll system.
In September 2007, ESOS Ltd, became an integral part of the newly-formed Network Group Holdings plc.
For example, data files from Auto Time's software can be successfully uploaded into the ESOS system, thereby eliminating the need to manually key hours and absence data into the payroll system.
Birmingham-based Autotime Solutions, a specialist firm which provides time and workforce management solutions, has clinched a strategic partnership with ESOS, which supplies payroll and human resources management outsourced services.
Hindalco Industries' board ESOS compensation committee has sanctioned 3.
A number of Blue Cross and Blue Shield organizations have agreed to assist Standard Register in the distribution of ESOS to providers in their areas.