When Employee Ownership Makes Sense

A talk with Corey Rosen, Co-Founder of the National Center for Employee Ownership

Employee ownership plans alone do not change employee motivation or behavior significantly. It is only when you couple employee ownership programs with open book management that employees begin to change their attitudes and motivation and work harder.

Why Is This Relevant To The Midmarket: 

Companies interested in employee ownership for the purpose of increasing productivity should realize that money alone is not a strong enough incentive to significantly alter labor force behavior.

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