Zynga might not seem like the most attractive place to work right now considering its recent turmoil, but sources say the company is looking to ensure employees don't jump ship by handing out stock options to all full-timers.
It's an unprecedented move for the developer, as it's given out stock options to workers before but never to all full-time employees, a source close to the matter told
The report comes a couple of weeks after Zynga's stock plummetted, when the social game company's admitted that its revenues for the quarter fell well below Wall Street's estimates
. Its share price has languished at around $3 since, a far cry from the $10 the stock initially opened at when Zynga went public last December.
Along with its financial troubles, the company has recently suffered the departure of COO John Schappert
, a number of class action lawsuits from investors, and a copyright infringement suit from Electronic Arts