Studying the Benefits of Shared Capitalism as a Lifeline for the Middle Class
June 22, 2016
By Steve Flamisch / Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations
“You work hard for your paycheck, but do you really care if your employer’s business is successful? Would you care a little bit more if you owned a piece of the company? That’s what Sanghee Park, an assistant professor in the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR), aims to discover as she begins a research fellowship exploring the psychological impact of Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOP).” Read more ...
ESOPs Attractive to Baby-Boomer Business Owners
April 13, 2014
By Len Boselovic / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
"Aging baby boomer and business owner Ken Tator had several options when he wanted to cash out a portion of his largest financial asset: KTA-Tator, the Findlay business his father started in 1949. 'He looked into financial buyers. He looked into strategic buyers and he encouraged us to look at any other options,' said Daniel Adley, who was chief operating officer. Mr. Adley took him up on the offer, researching whether the employees could buy KTA-Tator..." Read more ...