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Employee Ownership and Motivation

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This replay was recorded on September 30, 2014.

About This Meeting

It might seem that sharing a generous ownership benefit with employees would inherently lead to greater motivation. The research, however, shows this is not the case. Motivation at work is driven more by work organization, particular how companies share information and provide greater opportunities for input into decision making in the context of employee ownership as a long-term reward.

You will learn:


Corey Rosen

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National Center for Employee Ownership

Corey founded the National Center for Employee Ownership in 1981 after working five years as a professional staff member in the U.S. Senate, where he helped draft legislation on employee ownership plans. Prior to that, he taught political science at Ripon College. He is the author or co-author of over 100 articles and numerous books on employee ownership. He has a PhD in political science from Cornell University. He currently serves on a number of ESOP company boards.

Martin Staubus

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The Beyster Institute

Martin is the executive director of the Beyster Institute, University of California, San Diego. Martin has 30 years of experience in business, having served in varied roles as an attorney, consultant, Labor Department policy advisor, corporate executive, and corporate director. He has served on the NCEO board and as associate director of the ESOP Association in Washington, DC.