Worker Co-operatives: An Introduction
Schnack, Kris; Jackson, TedYear Published: 1986
Resource Type: Organization
Cx Number: CX3184
Schnack and Jackson introduce worker co-operatives to a broad constituency of the unemployed, underemployed, precarious workers, community organizations, women's groups, and church members. This is a practical guide that avoids the larger policy and philosophical debates about worker co-operatives.
Abstract: Community Works Inc., which supports community enterprises has published this booklet by Ottawa consultants Kris Schnack and Ted Johnson. It includes extensive references and suggestions.
This organization no longer exists.
This abstract was published in the Connexions Digest in 1986.
Table of Contents
1. What is a Worker Co-operative?
2. Starting a Worker Co-operative
3. Legal Structures and Incorporation
4. Organization and Management of a Worker Co-operative
5. Sources of Financial Assistance
6. Next Steps: Taking Action
Appendix A: Case Studies of Worker Co-operative
Appendix B: Sources of Government Assistance
Appendix C: Sources of Non-Governmental Assistance
Appendix D: Useful Readings