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Employee-Owned Companies: Is the Difference Measurable? 

by: Conte, M.; Tannenbaum, Arnold
Source: Monthly Labor Review 

Presents findings of a survey of corporations in the United States which show that employee ownership may be associated with better attitudes and higher productivity and profits. Analysis of several aspects of performance in a variety of employee-owned companies; Forms of employee ownership; Link between employee ownership and profitability; Industrial relations climate in employee-owned companies.


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Link: Employee-Owned Companies: Is the Difference Measurable? 
Publication Date: 1978-01-01
Pages: 23

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Business, Government, and Society
Management
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Productivity and Performance
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