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Launching a co-operative business.

Launching a co-operative business.

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Published by Open University Press in Milton Keynes .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cooperative societies -- Administration.

  • Edition Notes

    Produced by the Co-operative Research Unit as part of the Community Education Programme of the Open University in association with the Greater London Enterprise Board.

    SeriesCo-operative working -- 2
    ContributionsOpen University. Co-operative Research Unit., Greater LondonEnterprise Board.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD2965
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13leaflets, ;
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15001318M
    ISBN 100335109616

    Contents 4 How to set up a Workers’ Co-op 1. Introduction About this book About the authors 2. What is a workers’ co-op? Who can be a member? Who’s the boss? Creating meaningful employment and building a fairer society A rich history Building a co-operative world Co-operatives are more stable and less likely to fail as.   The secretary is appointed by the board and is the main administration officer for the co-operative. They must be: 18 years or older; a resident of SA. Advise CBS within 28 days if the secretary changes using the Co-operative change of details form (PDF KB). Staff. People who are employed by the co-operative can also be active members.

    How Are Cooperatives Managed? Cooperative business corporations are run much the same as commercial business corporations. The members elect a board of directors which employs a manager and makes other arrangements for providing service. The manager is responsible for running the business, subject to the direction and review of the board of. Many business organizations in the United States are worker cooperatives. Owners of these organizations sold them to their employees. The original owners of these businesses belong to the baby boomer generation. They own about 12 million of these businesses. 70% of their establishments will change hands because owners are becoming aged. Besides, their children are Continue reading .

    So, what is a co-operative? Co-operatives are simply a type of business model. Like private companies, public companies, or state owned companies, it’s just a model of ownership. Multiple individuals, like a public company, have ownership in a co-operative but everyone has equal ownership and say in the direction of the company. Assess receptiveness to the co-operative business in the local community. Evaluate if the co-operative is the best legal framework to use or if the kind of co-operative selected is the most suitable. Define the intended benefits for members (e.g. quality, price) and the co-operative’s characteristics to determine what kind of co-operative it is.


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