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Top 10 Ideas That Show Business Roundtable CEOs How To Create Value For All Stakeholders

While it is appropriate to note, even celebrate, the Business Roundtable’s announcement as a sign of an accelerating culture shift, it is important to recognize that the people who are demanding this shift are demanding action. […] Eileen Fisher is a 35-year-old women’s clothing brand with 1,100 employee owners: 40% ownership of the company has been distributed via an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP). This brand’s success using such a model isn’t a one-off: A new report by the Democracy Collaborative on mission-driven, employee-owned firms finds that these businesses outperform conventionally owned firms in overall positive environmental and social impact.

Publication date: 2019-09-03
Parent publication: Forbes
Publication URL: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jaycoengilbert/2019/09/04/top-10-ideas-that-show-business-roundtable-ceos-how-to-create-value-for-all-stakeholders/#27418fe140bd

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