Inside this issue:
How Risky Are Acquisition Loans for new ESOPs? The 27th Annual Ohio Employee Ownership Conference: Employee Ownership: Building Jobs, Wealth & Communities
“Your Story Makes the Difference.” J. Michael Keeling, ESOP Association, Morning Keynote Speech “Is Employee Ownership Really Worth It?” Corey Rosen, National Center for Employee Ownership, Lunch Keynote Speech
Ohio’s Top 50
Gar Alperovitz, What Then Must We Do? Straight Talk About the Next American Revolution
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The Summer 2012 issue of our newsletter,
Owners At Work is now online. Three web-enhanced versions are available for your viewing pleasure, including a flash-based magizine-view version, as well as a version for your Kindle.
Covered in this issue:
You’ve Got an ESOP, Can You Keep It?
Employee Ownership and the 99%: Key to a Sustainable Society?
“Why Do We Keep Finding That Worker-Owned Firms Are More Productive?”
OEOC Implements Leadership Transition
Check it out and let us know what you think!
The Spring 2012 issue of our newsletter,
Owners At Work is now online. New for this issue are some web-enhanced versions for your viewing pleasure, including a flash-based magizine-view version, as well as a version for your Kindle.
Covered in this issue:
Vistula Management Corporation Becomes Employee Owned
What Makes an Ideal ESOP?
Misconceptions about 401(k)’s and ESOPs
The Value of Employee Ownership
News from around the world of employee ownership and from Ohio’s Employee Owned Network, and more
Check it out now, and let us know what you think!
The OEOC’s new issue of
Owners At Work has an article on Ohio’s ESOP top 50, a look at Ohio’s richest and largest ESOPs (the article starts on page 18 of the pdf):
Some key findings of the survey:
Since from 2002 to 2007*, the overall value of the plans reporting in those years have increased from $30 billion to $36 billion.
The overall value of plans in this survey topped $5 billion, more than triple the rate of inflation from 1994 to 2007.
Median plan value was over $3 million.
Median value per participant was nearly $75,000.
The article is very much worth a read, check it out.
*Survey data always lags behind roughly 2 years due to reporting issues.