EFES NEWSLETTER - JUNI 2018
der Mitarbeiterkapitalbeteiligung-Politik in Europa
20 European countries now have policies for the promotion
and the development of employee share ownership, against
18 in 2017 and 15 in 2015. This is driving our barometer
to its all-time high.
Austria, France, Ireland, The Netherlands, Sweden,
Denmark, they all introduced new pieces of incentive
legislation this year. In addition, France - already
number one for employee share ownership in Europe
- took the decision to double its employee share ownership
by 2030, which would put it at the level reached today
by the USA. An important signal for all Europeans.
US Federal Reserve Bank on employee ownership
In an ongoing series of articles on the quality of
work, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston published
a long article on employee ownership, showing how
improved employee engagement benefits companies, workers,
and local economies.
article includes an interview with Douglas Kruse of
Rutgers University that covers the background and
latest research results about employee ownership and
ESOPs, plus an interview with several employee-owners
of Cape Air, including a video about employee ownership
at the company.
We have a selection of 35 remarkable articles in 11 countries
in May 2018: Austria, Canada, Czechia, France, Germany, Hungary,
Italy, Poland, Spain, UK, USA.
Austria: Growing interest for employee share ownership,
particularly through employee ownership foundations.
Canada: As an employee shareholder, how should you
manage your shares and stock options?
France: First employee share plan for L'Oréal. New
employee share plans for Valeo, for Crédit Agricole, for Eiffage,
for Ipsen, for Ubisoft, for SPIE.
Germany: Shareholders facing the "Volkswagen System".
Spain: New employee share plan for Amadeus.
Hungary: The new legislation of 2015 helped to revive
employee share ownership in Hungary.
Italy: New employee shareholders association for Banca
di San Marino.
Poland: Employee share ownership in the era of robotization.
UK: When a business becomes employee-owned, its shareholders
usually sell their shares to an Employee Ownership Trust,
which holds them on behalf of the employees.
USA: Study: In companies with an Employee Stock Ownership
Plan (ESOP), the average worker has accumulated $134,000 in
wealth from his or her stake, according to new research by
professors Joseph Blasi and Douglas Kruse. How risky are incentive
stock options? Federal Reserve Bank of Boston publishes on
employee ownership. A study finds that participants in employee
stock ownership plans fare far better compared to other young
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