Revision as of 22:38, 1 August 2012 by Michael
Worker cooperatives are business entities that are owned and controlled by their members, the people who work in them. The two central characteristics of worker cooperatives are:
- workers invest in and own the business and
- decision-making is democratic, generally adhering to the principle of one worker-one vote.
Worker-owned and/or worker-managed cooperatives in Portland
- Free Geek
- KBOO Radio (Collectively managed by "collective management body" comprised of staff, volunteers, board members and dues-paying members.)
- Red and Black Cafe