The NCEO Hosts Public Webinars on Covid-19

The NCEO is hosting three webinars, open to the general public, this week on the coronavirus outbreak and its relationship to employee ownership.

On Changing the Format of Our Annual Conference

Thirty-nine years ago, we held our first annual conference. We had 175 attendees, including my uncle Bernie. Last year we sold out at over 1,900; this year, we were on track to sell out even sooner at over 2,000.

The NCEO Responds to the Coronavirus

Update on March 16: Please read our revised coronavirus update and see the announcement on our conference website. -----------------------------------

Employee Ownership in Democratic Presidential Debate

During the February 19, 2020, debate of the candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination, moderator MSNBC anchor Hallie Jackson asked Pete Buttigieg about employee ownership: "Senator Sanders has a proposal that will require all large companies to turn over up to 20 percent of their owne

New Members of the NCEO Board of Directors

The NCEO is proud to announce the new members of its board of directors, following the election in January.  Six people will be serving new terms on the board:

The State of Worker Cooperatives 2019

On January 29, the U.S. Federation of Worker Cooperatives and the Democracy at Work Institute released their annual report on the state of worker cooperatives in the U.S.