The Legal Dimensions of Employee Contribution to Capital and the Question of Legal Security
Keywords:Employee Contribution; Capital; Share Repurchase; Enterprise ; Social Interest; Human Capital.
This article addresses the concept of employee contribution to capital within the context of publicly traded joint-stock companies that engage in share buybacks as a modern mechanism for corporate management. It discusses the legal framework of this unique process and the associated legal challenges. Additionally, the article delves into the social implications of this process, as it affects the legal status of employees who simultaneously serve as contributors and employees, introducing a new concept known as economic interdependence, along with new rights and obligations
The article also examines the outcomes resulting from this process on the status of participating employees. It highlights how they achieve profits from the returns on shares they own, significantly impacting their economic and social status. Furthermore, it contributes to enhancing the position of the enterprise and increasing the value of its shares in the market.
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