No bosses here: Management in worker co-operatives [Book Review]
Graduate studies at Western
Journal of Business Ethics 9 (4-5):373 - 376 (1990)
|Abstract||No Bosses Here: Management in Worker Co-operatives examines the worker co-op structure as a workplace option for women. The appeal of the model for women is described in terms of the opportunity for skill development and control over workplace conditions. The structure also presents some unique challenges for training since all members participate in management functions. The author describes a six-month course, Co-operative Employment for Women which trained women in co-operative business development.|
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