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Unions and Worker Co-ops: Working Together | GEO

Mary Hoyer, co-chair, Union Co-ops Council of the U.S. Federation of Worker Cooperatives, reported on December’s Cinncinati Union Co-op Symposium: As explained by Rob Witherell of USW, the union co-op effort isn’t just about one or two co-ops, but about a vision of a new economy which will be accountable, sustainable, replicable, and of benefit to all rather than simply…

International Union Co-op Symposium

An international delegation will meet in Cincinnati with business and union leaders and workers from around the United States on December 9th and 10th to further develop the union co-op sector of the U.S. economy. Union co-ops are for-profit businesses that are owned and directed by workers utilizing the collective bargaining process and guided by the core principles of sustainability,…

Union co-op group taking root in Cincinnati | Cincinnati Enquirer

College Hill farm is first of several planned worker-owner initiatives to include pipe fitting, manufacturing Zeke Coleman, laid off from his previous job in the food industry, has found a living wage and his passion in an emerging local jobs program that has attracted international attention. Coleman, 33, of Hamilton, is one of 10 worker-owners of the Our Harvest Food…

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