Articles by: Juliet Wigzell

Paul Jackson

Paul Jackson, columnist, Investors’ Chronicle In what ways does employee share ownership serve a useful purpose? Inclusion. People who have a tangible stake in their employer feel not only that they are more valued, but also that they belong more in the organisation.  It helps employee engagement and encourages greater […]

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Fred Hackworth

NEWSPAD editor Fred Hackworth won the inaugural Laurie Brennan award for ‘astounding’ achievement in recognition of his campaign for Roadchef beneficiaries. He received his award from Paul Jackson of the Investors’ Chronicle, the leading national journalist on employee share ownership, at the reception which concluded the British Isles symposium (March […]

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Christian Gabriel

Christian Gabriel, ceo and and co-founder, Capdesk   In what ways does employee share ownership serve a useful purpose? A new trend has been consolidated over the last 10 years, with fast-growing companies avoiding the stock exchange and staying private. I will boldly argue that this has resulted in the […]

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Pete Stavros

Pete Stavros of KKR, member & head of Industrials   In what ways does employee share ownership serve a useful purpose? Broad-based employee share ownership aligns incentives, improves culture and ultimately enhances performance of the company.  It shares the resulting higher profits with all employees, which is the way it should […]

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