Worker Sector

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The United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives is a national grassroots membership organization of and for worker cooperatives, other democratic workplaces, and the organizations that support the growth and continued development of worker cooperatives. We were founded in 2004, the result of several years of organizing on the part of worker cooperatives and regional groups from around the country. Our members are workplaces of all sizes and a broad variety of industries, from across the country, and our member workplaces comprise more than 1300 individual workers.


Fri Jul 22 18:29:05 +0000 2016

As baby boomers think about transitioning their business to worker-ownership, two law firms are collaborating to...
Fri Jul 22 16:10:39 +0000 2016

Two #Colorado lawyers help baby boomers transition business to worker co-ops! Learn more:
Fri Jul 22 07:05:13 +0000 2016

Rob Miller of @VSECU explains why #coop startups succeed more often than traditional businesses:



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