Are you looking for a different way to do business? Workers’ co-operatives are a great way of
doing that – they are businesses run democratically by the workers to provide themselves with meaningful employment and to provide a service to the community, rather than creating profit for a boss or unconnected shareholders.
This workshop will inspire you to work co-operatively, to take control over your work life and change our society for the better, here and now. Get a free copy of STIR Magazine when you book on this webinar.
Prices are on a sliding scale. Low Income tickets are limited.
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The practicalities of setting up a worker co-op - what you need, when you need it, and where to research further support.
Worker co-op organising techniques and practical tools.
The motivation, inspiration, and knowledge to start this new adventure
Some core skills and ways of working with others to ensure you can build a great organisational culture
Do you have a business idea, social or community project, or need for a decent job doing what you love. But you want to share the work, responsibilities, and rewards with others?
Do you think you want to be a worker co-op but just aren’t quite sure?
Are you interested in worker ownership and want the knowledge and tools to advocate for the model and help others get started on their own journey?
Jo White has been working with co-ops of all types since 2000 and is a director of Co-operative Futures. In that time she’s worked with worker co-ops in a range of different sectors from childcare to IT to bicycle maintenance.
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Workshop spaces are limited so refunds will only be made if a written notification is received more than four weeks before the workshop date. Send written notification of cancellation via email to email@example.com. For bookings cancelled four weeks or less before the event, no refund will be made other than in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the workshop facilitators. No refund will be made for non-attendance.
In the event of cancellation of a workshop by the facilitators, we will endeavour to inform all participants at least two weeks before the course is due to take place, although please be aware that this is not always possible. In such an event, all course fees paid will be reimbursed in full, but we are unable to reimburse any other costs that may be incurred, such as travel, accommodation, etc. In the event that dates have to be changed by the facilitators, participants may request a full refund if the new dates are not convenient. Should you have any questions regarding these terms and conditions, please contact the workshop team.