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Ryla Teleservices 

Ryla Teleservices is a young, rapidly growing minority-owned company in the teleservices industry. 
Author: The National Center for Employee Ownership
Pub. Date: 2008-03-01

SAIC (A, B) 

At the start, Dr. Beyster made the decision that SAIC would be employee owned and that ownership would be based on merit and contribution to the company, not tenure. Using employee ownership as a selling point to prospective hires, Dr. Beyster was able to recruit talented employees and build a successful organizational culture. However, changes made after Dr. Beyster stepped down would have implications for SAIC's company culture...  
Author: Hall, William; Lee, Moses
Pub. Date: 2011-01-01

Southwest Airlines Corporation 

Southwest Airlines, consistently ranked as one of the top performing airlines in the business, began a profit-sharing plan in 1974. 
Author: Govindarajan, Vijay; Lang, Julie B.
Pub. Date: 2002-01-01

Sundt Construction Company 

Sundt had its share of ups and downs, but in 1992 when J. Doug Pruitt took over as the company’s COO, the company was headed toward bankruptcy. Today, the 100 percent ESOP-owned company operates out of eight offices located in Arizona, California, Texas, and North Carolina, and works on large construction projects in both the public and private sectors... 
Author: Thomas, Jessica
Pub. Date: 2012-01-01

Taking stock of equity compensation 

This article describes several forms of stock purchase plans in Canada and examines participation using the Workplace and Employee Survey. Some U.S. statistics are presented as well. 
Author: Luffman, Jacqueline
Pub. Date: 2003-03-01

Taking Stock: Are Employee Options Good for Business? 

Many workers view stock options as a way to get a piece of their company's action and share a stake in its overall performance. But what's in it for employers?  
Author: Knowledge@W.P. Carey
Pub. Date: 2011-04-20

Tax-Advantaged Employee Share Schemes: Analysis of Productivity Effects

Oxera was commissioned by HM Revenue & Customs (formerly the Inland Revenue) to examine the impact of tax-advantaged share schemes on UK company performance (whereby companies reward their employees by granting them shares, or share options, as part of their remuneration package). 
Pub. Date: 2007-08-01

The Effects of Employee Ownership on Employee Attitudes - An Integrated Causal Model and Path-Analysis 

Research on employee-owned organizations to date has utilized alternative theoretical perspectives and has examined varying attitudinal outcomes. This study reviews previous research and attempts to integrate the findings into a causal model that combines the results of prior studies. The resulting causal model was tested empirically with a sample (N = 181) of employees from a firm that adopted an employee ownership programme. 
Author: Bunchko, A. A.
Pub. Date: 1993-01-01

The Employee Ownership Culture 

How to establish a positive employee culture and use it to promote the good of the company are key questions for business leaders. Supporters of employee-owned businesses argue that instilling an ownership culture creates the type of human resource environment necessary for corporate success. This Reading Collection includes material related to the organizational cultures of companies using employee and stock ownership, profit sharing, and other incentive-based compensation models.  
Author: Johnson, Jennifer
Pub. Date: 2011-01-18

The New Math of Ownership 

In order to solve high-tech's employee retention problems, Bill Gross, the chairman and founder of Idealab, proposes a radical solution: give all workers a significant equity stake. 
Author: Gross, Bill
Pub. Date: 1998-11-01

The Ownership Edge: How Employee Ownership Can Make Good Companies Great 

At this point, a lot of people are excited and ready to go. But others are skeptical that this is all worthwhile. How do we know this really works? True, ask just about any manager whether it would be a good thing if employees would think and act like owners and they will, of course, say yes. But just what do the cold, hard facts tell us about ownership management? 
Author: Rosen, Corey; Rodgers, Loren
Pub. Date: 2007-01-01