EFES NEWSLETTER - JANUAR 2017
engine - again and again
The stake held by employees in large European companies
continues its rise. It had never been so high before, with
3.20% in 2016 (see chart). Even through the European crisis,
employee ownership demonstrates again and again its status
as a formidable engine of participation and development.
Assets per person have doubled since 2009. These are the
first indications to be drawn from the new "Economic
Survey of Employee Share Ownership in European Countries",
which will be published in March 2017.
We have a selection of 27 remarkable articles in 8 countries
in December 2016: Belgium, Czechia, France, Italy, Norway,
Poland, UK, USA.
Belgium: Employee shareholders are the victims of
the Cross-border Mergers European Directive.
Czechia: A round table of experts from several ministries
was held in Prague about the benefits of employee ownership.
France: The French Federation of Employee Shareholders
Associations celebrates its 12th "Grand Prix".
First barometer of employee share ownership in non-listed
companies. New employee share plans for Axa, for Crédit
Agricole, for Vallourec. Stories from workers cooperatives.
New disastrous policy decisions in Paris.
Italy: Employee share ownership is the future.
Norway: New employee share plan for Aker Solutions.
Poland: Launch of the Polish edition of "Equity:
Why Employee Ownership Is Good for Business", a book
originally published by Harvard Business School Press in
the United States.
UK: New firms turning to the Employee Ownership
Trust scheme. Thoughts about global inequality and employee
USA: Thoughts about robots. Top Ten tax incentives
for ESOPs. New firms turning to ESOPs.
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