Monthly Archives: June 2010

The Democracy at Work Conference

I took last week off due to a couple of things. The most important of which involved my wife and I becoming “Domestic Partners” in Dane County. Five years ago, we married ourselves in a handfasting ceremony at one of … Continue reading

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Consumer Co-ops and Workers

The role of workers in a consumer co-operative (and how the co-op interacts with them) has as many variations as one would expect for a community based economic movement. Some co-operatives (thought not many I expect in today’s world) bar … Continue reading

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The Co-operative and Its Workers

How should co-operatives treat their workers? This is a bigger question that simply one of worker rights. In worker co-operatives, the workers are the owners. What expectations should they have from the General Manager (if they use that structure) or … Continue reading

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