Who this affects
Employees and Investors
iOS & Android
Employees and Investors
iOS & Android
Private companies can now report the complete list of all ISO dispositions and see exactly which dispositions qualify for tax incentives and which ones do not, along with Ordinary Income value and other information.
Under Capitalization > Reports, find the Disqualifying Disposition Report (ISO):
Select the reporting date range, acknowledge the report’s use of in-platform securities and transactions, and then export the report to Excel:
When the report finishes generating, it will be available in the Downloads menu:
The report shows info on Disposition Type, Ordinary Income, FMV and more. In order to be completely transparent, Excel formulas are used for Disposition Type, Ordinary income, First Qualifying Disposition Date, and Disqualifying Reason fields to show how they are calculated:
Private companies with tender offers or secondary ISO transactions captured in Carta.
Available now for all Private market customers (the Public market Disqualifying Disposition Report is available at request as part of the Early Access release).
For more information around the Disqualifying Disposition Report and underlying data, please refer to this support article.
1. Quickly update employee records
2. Keep employee data synced across systems
3. Calculate and understand tax impact
There are two steps that need to be taken to properly integrate your HR system:
1. Connect your HRIS
2. Match employee records from your HR/payroll system to stakeholder records on Carta
Note: This is a necessary step for you to take to be able to take advantage of integrations.
Carta will now provide salary + equity benchmarks for the following engineering specializations:
You can assign an employee to an engineering specialization by:
Visiting the Employee Scorecard page for a particular employee and selecting “Edit” next to the employee’s role and then selecting “Job area and level” on the Update details page.
Note: specialization benchmarks are currently limited to DevOps + Site Reliability, Quality Assurance, and UX/Frontend for the engineering job area.
You can view benchmarks for engineering specializations by:
The compa-ratio is a quick way to compare an employee's compensation to your plan's target rate for a given job area, level, and location. The compa-ratios for an employee assigned to the DevOps + Site Reliability, Quality Assurance, or UX/Frontend engineering specializations will now be calculated using the target compensation for the specializations.
We’ve improved the employee compensation timeline to make it easier to discern between the various types of equity awards an employee has been issued.
We’ve added more than 10,000 new salary data points to our database since the last benchmark update in January. This has allowed us to significantly improve the quality of our model as we compare results to the underlying statistics. Given the increase in the sample we are able to be more granular in our modeling as we look at different job areas and types of employees (ICs and Managers vs. Executives).
While changes to the benchmarks are largely a reflection of modeling improvements, the changes will also reflect salary movements in the market since January.
This benchmark version also includes engineering specializations for DevOps + Site Reliability, Quality Assurance, and UX/Frontend.
With this benchmark update we observed larger than expected movement across several job areas, driven largely due to increased sample and refinements to our modeling, and less by overall market dynamics. Many of the decreases we observed were in valuation peer groups of $50M and below. The increases we observed were mainly in valuations higher than $50M. In both cases our benchmarks moved closer to the underlying statistics in our database.
Looking by job area, we saw the largest average increases (ranging from 6.5% - 10%) and decreases (all less than 1.5%) in the following job areas:
You can update your compensation plan to use the latest benchmark versions either by:
You will have the opportunity to preview the new plan with the updated benchmarks version and assess their impact on your scorecard before accepting the new plan.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released 2021 data for US-based geo adjustments. Carta will release a May benchmark update that will include improvements to the geo adjustments within the Total Compensation product.
All Carta Total Comp customers now have access to Total Rewards.
We've updated the Total Comp permissions system with two new role types:
To add a teammate as an area lead or recruiter, go to the Settings > Permissions and roles page click on "Add User" and follow the instructions in the modal.
You will be asked to provide the teammate's email address, assign a role, select which areas that you want the teammate to have access to, and then select the highest level within those selected areas that they can view/edit. You can also change the role and permissions for an existing user by clicking on the action button (three dots) in the user table and selecting Edit user.
Soon, companies will have access to the updated Capitalization > By Share Class view. This page comes with improved performance for large Cap Tables, allowing you to view and interact with your Cap Table up to 5x faster.
To access this view, you can navigate to Capitalization > By Share Class.
We will continue to improve the experience, adding a new summary visualization to the top of the page, and improving the navigability between the By Share Class and the By Stakeholder Cap Tables.
Support Article: Capitalization Table - By Share Class
You can now set the local currency for cash compensation (salary and variable) for your employees' scorecards. This new feature paves the way for better support for international employees. Target compensation for non-USD currencies will be supported in the future.