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Le Monde: Employee shared ownership: “The risks are multiple and often ignored in small companies exposed to the vagaries of the economy”


Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, features in this opinion piece about the false pretence of employee shareholding. The piece argues that “employee shared ownership measures mainly benefit employees who can accumulate sufficient savings, which remains difficult for the lowest earners in a context of a cost of living crisis.”

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