Generally you don't vest if they're not employed. It doesn't make sense if you think about it -- vesting means "you earn more and more of this amount unless you leave." But they're not employed, so how would you know whether they've left?
Answered 7 years ago
From what you say, I wouldn't offer equity at all. Equity is long term compensation to promote loyalty and engagement.
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