Is an ESOP Right for You? Watch This.
On February 25th, I sat down with Onex, Inc. President Ashleigh Walters, who shared her ESOP story. Onex, Inc. an Erie, Pennsylvania-based manufacturing company, became an ESOP in 2020. Their decision...well, I won’t give it away. Listen to Ashleigh share their decision-making process.
We’re sure you have questions.
In fact, participants asked more than we could answer, so NCEO communications director Timothy Garbinsky and I recorded the following Q&A. Take a listen or read the transcript.
Contact me, or NCEO founder Corey Rosen, with your ESOP feasibility questions. We’re more than happy to talk with you.
We have developed ESOP Essentials, a tool kit of resources to help you determine if an ESOP is right for you and where to go next. Because we want to make it easy and affordable for companies to consider ESOPs, we have priced this at just $140.
ESOP Essentials is a packet of members resources, readings, webinars, ready-to-use sample documents, resource lists, and research that draws on the NCEO’s decades-old history of talking with business owners, conducting research, and distilling common lessons and best practices into an easily usable format.
Seek out your ESOP Team
Several ESOP experts partnered with us to produce this event. Connect with them and get company-specific answers about things like the value of your company or your legal concerns.
The National Center for Employee Ownership is here to help.
I look forward to welcoming you to the employee ownership community.
Thank you to our sponsors for their support of the NCEO’s mission to make employee ownership thrive.