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Companies We Keep: Employee Ownership and the Business of Community and Place 

Thoroughly revised with an expanded focus on employee ownership and workplace democracy, Companies We Keep celebrates the idea that when employees share in the rewards as well as the responsibility for the decisions they make, better decisions result. 
Author: Abrams, John
Pub. Date: 2008-11-08

Compton Fundraising Consultants  

Compton Fundraising Consultants ('Compton') began life as a family fundraising firm in Australia in 1962 and is now a multi-national group of companies turning over £3 million a year and employing 44 people. 
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Pub. Date: 2009-01-01

Connor Formed Metal Products 

Connor Formed Metal Products was a small, privately owned manufacturer of custom metal springs and stampings. Since becoming president in 1984, Bob Sloss had implemented many changes to the company's organizational structure, management control systems, and information systems. 
Author: Applegate, Lynda M.; Stoddard, Donna B.; Conrad, Melinda B.
Pub. Date: 1995-10-16

Continuity and Change over 25 Years of Ohio ESOP Companies: Examining the Much Discussed but Little Studied Mysterious Life Cycle of Employee-Owned Companies 

Paper explores what drives changes in employee-owned companies. How does law affect them? Is there a “natural” development process among ESOP companies apart from change driven by changes in law? 
Author: Logue, John; Yates, Jacquelyn
Pub. Date: 2009-07-23

Cooperation Works!: How People Are Using Cooperative Action to Rebuild Commuities and Revitalize the Economy 

Fifty case studies of new types of cooperatives, from healthcare, camping gear, trailer courts, buffalo, hardware, housing, sports teams, credit, carpet, even manure and beyond highlight the almost limitless ways people are using cooperative action to rebuild community, revitalize their economies and secure their lives. 
Author: Nadeau, E. G.; Thompson, David J.
Pub. Date: 1997-06-01

Cooperative Firms in Theory and Practice 

Cooperatives are not, as everyone at this conference knows, just a peripheral or incidental or anachronistic or culturally limited form of organization. Rather, they are big business of a distinctly modern type. 
Author: Hansmann, Henry
Pub. Date: 1999-01-01

Corbin Motors 

Explores the raising of capital to finance the growth of a spinoff business from Corbin-Pacific, a leader in motorcycle accessories. 
Author: Davis, John A.
Pub. Date: 1999-07-21

Corporate Governance and Labor Relations 

I view corporate governance as a process of designing and implementing various implicit and explicit contracts among capital providers, corporate managers, workers, and other important stakeholders. In my talk today, I will expand the scope of the typical shareholder value focus to consider the design and implementation of contracts with other stakeholders, particularly employees and organized labor. 
Author: Kim, E. Han
Pub. Date: 2008-12-10

Correlates of Employee Satisfaction with Stock Ownership: Who Likes an ESOP Most? 

This study examines the correlates of individual employee satisfaction with stock ownership in a sample of 37 employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) companies. 
Author: Klein, Katherine, J.; Hall, Rosalie J.
Pub. Date: 1988-01-01

Critical Mass Radio Show Featuring Keith Molchan and Martin Staubus 

This Critical Mass Radio Show discusses why, when and how business owners should choose the ESOP path as the correct succession strategy… 
Author: Franzi, Richard; Molchan, Keith; Staubus, Martin
Pub. Date: 2015-03-17

Davey Tree Stands Tall with Employee Ownership 

Over 25 years, The Davey Tree Expert Company's employee owners built a good small company into one of the premier companies in its industry, with an entrepreneurial zest for new products and acquisitions. The company's development would have pleased its inventive founder and provably surprised the family members who sold it to hesitant employees in 1979. 
Author: Thomas, Karen
Pub. Date: 2004-06-01

Deck the Malls! 

A tale of entrepreneurship – and a leading holiday decoration company becomes employee owned... 
Author: Staubus, Martin
Pub. Date: 2014-12-10

Dell Computer Corp.: Share Repurchase Program 

Dell Computer Corp. announced a share repurchase program shortly after a significant stock price drop. 
Author: Chacko, George; Viceira, Luis M.
Pub. Date: 2000-03-28

Democracy and Economic Power: Extending the ESOP Revolution 

Why do the rich get richer and the poor stay poor? How can we privatize publicly owned capital facilities so that employees and users own the stock? How can unions win 'more' for their members without rendering American employees uncompetitive? What steps can the government take to make every American economically independent? 'Democracy and Economic Power' aims to answer these questions and many more like them.  
Author: Kelso, Louis O.; Hetter, Patricia
Pub. Date: 1986-01-01

Democratic Capitalism: The Way to a World of Peace and Plenty 

Democratic Capitalism combines the free-market energies of competition and private property with the enormous productivity and innovation released in an environment of trust and cooperation. Ray Carey presents the theory and practice of democratic capitalism by coupling his experience with a synthesis of the thought of Adam Smith, Karl Marx, and John Stuart Mill. 
Author: Carey, Ray
Pub. Date: 2004-05-06

Dependency, Poverty and Employee Ownership 

In today's economy, some employees live paycheck to paycheck and are unable to save for a rainy day, let alone retirement. However, an increasingly utilized business model may yield part of the solution. Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs) are a promising alternative to traditional business models… 
Author: Hoffmire, John
Pub. Date: 2015-03-09

Distressed ESOP Sales Presentation for Sellers 

Developed in 1989, these slides are placed on CLEO for researchers to use to ascertain some of the perceived motivations behind the types of transactions that were being discussed and closed during this period of ESOP history when many of the big, union-oriented ESOPs were being formed.  
Author: Hoffmire, John
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Do Workers Gain by Sharing? Employee Outcomes under Employee Ownership, Profit Sharing, and Broad-based Stock Options 

Apart from the extreme cases that get publicized, are employee stock ownership plans generally good or bad for workers? 
Author: Kruse, Douglas; Freeman, Richard B.; Blasi, Joseph
Pub. Date: 2010-04-01

Does an ESOP Make Sense? Craft Beer's Growth and Consolidation 

The consolidation and sale of some beloved brands to Big Beer has raised eyebrows and piqued new questions about the industry’s identity. The good news is the industry is still expanding with more than 4,000 U.S. craft breweries, over 100 in San Diego alone, and there is an opportunity for employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) to play a larger role in the industry’s future. 
Author: Vira, Damien
Pub. Date: 2015-12-09

Does Employee Ignorance Undermine Shared Capitalism? 

This paper analyzes a survey of employees from multiple companies to assess the extent to which employees are ignorant about company, group, and individual-based incentive pay plans and ESOPs. 
Author: Budd, John W.
Pub. Date: 2010-04-01

Does Employee Ownership Enhance Firm Survival? 

Research on employee ownership has focused on questions of productivity, profitability, and employee attitudes and behavior, while there has been little attention to the most basic measure of performance: survival of the company. This study uses data on all U.S. public companies as of 1988, following them through 2001 to examine how employee ownership is related to survival.  
Author: Park, Rhokeun; Kruse, Douglas; Sesil, James
Pub. Date: 2004-01-01

Doing Well and Doing Good: Pioneer Employers Discover Profits and Deliver Opportunity for Frontline Workers 

A new study of business practices reveals powerful ways to create strategic and financial gains. Lower-wage workers, when supported by effective policies, boost productivity, quality, innovation, and revenues from new markets... 
Author: Levine, Jonathan B.; Popovich, Mark; Strong, Tom
Pub. Date: 2013-09-05

Don't Wait for a Crisis, Fix it Now 

When things go wrong at work, as they occasionally do, a common first reaction is to look for the culprit(s). This can lead to punishment which may result in the 'evildoer(s)' being severely reprimanded, or even terminated. Unfortunately, not only does the problem often remain unsolved, the organization is left with another challenge of replacing a person or two. There may be a better way that doesn't result in a lose-lose situation... 
Author: Scott, Sid
Pub. Date: 2014-12-10

Effects of ESOP Adoption and Employee Ownership: Thirty Years of Research and Experience 

In the mid-1970s employee ownership was a fringe phenomenon in the US. Today more than one in six US private sector employees now own shares in their company, and more than one in 12 US private sector employees now participate in an Employee Stock Ownership Plan. 
Author: Freeman, Steven F.
Pub. Date: 2007-01-04

Employee Capitalism or Corporate Socialism? Broad-based Employee Stock Ownership 

How employee share ownership plans affect employee compensation and shareholder value depends on the size. 
Author: Kim, E. Han; Ouimet, Paige
Pub. Date: 2009-12-10