Employee ownership and the post-covid economy

The Social Market Foundation has published a report advancing the case of Employee Share Ownership [pdf].

From the executive summary:

“Evidence presented in this report suggests that employee share ownership could play a role in tackling the UK’s productivity crisis, improving economic growth, innovation and outcomes for employees such as higher wages.”

It’s a particularly appealing prospect for workers on the low-end of the pay scale.

“Employee shareholders in the lowest income quartile (“the poorest 25%”) have median net financial wealth £10,900 greater than those that are not employee shareholders.”

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