Form S-8

Form S-8

A very brief form of registration statement filed with the SEC; registers shares to be issued under a stock plan.

Form S-8

A form that a company must file with the SEC when it issues stock or stock options to its own employees. The form details the terms of the issues; the S-8 is short compared to other mandatory filings.
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Also, the company registered the shares underlying the award for Staton related to his commencement of employment as its president and chief executive officer, by filing a Form S-8 with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
The issuer is eligible to use Form S-8, the options subject to the exchange offer were issued under an employee benefit plan as defined in Rule 405 of the 1933 Act, and the securities offered in the exchange offer will be issued under such an employee benefit plan;
Each unit, representing the right to acquire one share of the company's common stock, will be granted after a registration statement on Form S-8 covering the shares issuable under awards has been filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, concluded the company.
Also, the company said it has filed Form S-8 registration statement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission as a measure to expand its staffing opportunities and extend cash resources.
The company has also filed post-effective amendments to each of its outstanding Registration Statements on Form S-8 to deregister all shares of the company's common stock remaining unissued under the compensation plans to which those Registration Statements relate.