Think Outside the Boss: How to Create a Worker Cooperative

Think Outside the Boss: How to Create a Worker Cooperative

Created by the folks at the Sustainable Economies Law Center, East Bay Community Law Center, and Green-Collar Communities Clinic, "Think Outside the Boss: How to Create a Worker Cooperative" is a great resource to help you navigate the legal waters of starting a worker cooperative. The authors emphasize the guide is not legal advice itself and one should consult an attorney throughout the process of forming a worker cooperative, but this extensive guide serves as a great primer for anyone considering the idea.

You can also access the manual in Spanish here.

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