Don't know equity ownership until you've tried it--really tried it

Whiddon, Robert L.
December 2005
Employee Benefit News;Dec2005, Vol. 19 Issue 15, p57
The article presents an interview with Martin Staubus, director of consulting at Beyster Institute. When asked what his book "Equity: Why Employee Ownership is Good for Business" is about, he said that there is an effective model used by small but growing companies to run a business. He said that in order for an equity plan to work, the first element is that it has to be enough equity and second is the culture of it.


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