Putting Democracy to Work: A Practical Guide for Starting and Managing Worker-owned Businesses
The number of worker-owned businesses has been growing steadily over the last twenty years. These businesses have shown that worker cooperatives can prosper in a competitive business environment. Moreover, they can be highly successful at providing jobs, giving workers more control over their own working conditions, and fostering creativity. The net result is greater pride among workers for their work.
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