The Municipal Playbook for Employee Ownership
The Democracy at Work Institute and the National League of Cities have developed The Municipal Playbook for Employee Ownership to assist with integrating employee ownership into municipal economic and workforce development strategies. It offers three approaches that address specific pain points faced by many municipalities:
How Economic Democracy Impacts Workers, Firms, and Communities
How Economic Democracy Impacts Workers, Firms, and Communities presents findings from a national survey of 1,147 workers in 82 worker cooperatives and follow-up interviews with 15 participants—the first national survey of its kind. This novel data, collected in 2017, allows us to explore the impact of workplace democracy on individuals, firms, and communities across the United States. It also provides important opportunities for future research about how worker cooperatives can promote resilience and racial equity in this moment.
Ensuring Cannabis Equity Through Shared Ownership
Democratic Management: A Practical Guide for Managers and Others
Worker Co-ops: Weathering the Storm of COVID-19
COVID-19 has devastated the small business community, and the clock is ticking on permanent shutdowns of small businesses. 45 percent of businesses believe they have less than six months until a permanent shutdown is unavoidable. Tens of millions are still unemployed. Millions of Americans will fall off an “income cliff” when unemployment benefits end.
Working With Small Business Cooperatives: A Guide for Public Sector, Private Sector, and Nonprofit Allies
Innovative Financial Models to Spur Worker to Owner Conversions
Workers to Owners 2019 Data Brief