More businesses want to get their employees involved in ownership. However, there are specific issues that need to be addressed before jumping on the employee-ownership bandwagon.
Employee-ownership schemes provide the workforce of companies with ownership interest. Stephen Chater of Postlethwaite peers into why the businesses are doing it in the first place. He describes the two main forms of employee-ownership structure and examines tax as a crucial issue.
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Ilana Taub, co-founder of Snact that makes fruit snacks from fruit surplus, writes how social enterprises are challenging the status quo by attempting to transform a food system bent towards huge retailers.
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Employee Ownership Scheme: Why Businesses Are Doing It