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Worker-Owned Cooperatives

“The worker-owned cooperative, an economic workplace model that has been around for decades is making a comeback. In some parts of the U.S. new coops are sprouting up, cutting unemployment rates and revitalizing economically depressed communities.” via Can Worker-Owned Cooperatives Offer A Solution to Our Economic Woes? | La Prensa San Diego, 2/11/2011. The corporate […]

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How to Include Employees in Decision-Making

WorldBlu looks at this important issue within a long series aimed at implementing democracy in the workplace. This segment looks at DaVita, a FORTUNE 500 company comprised of 35,000 employees with nearly $6 billion in annual revenue. It is the largest independent provider of dialysis services in the United States, operating over 1300 clinics. On a regular […]

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