9125 15th Place South
Seattle, WA 98108
Through self-help, democracy, equity and solidarity, worker cooperative business models can provide for the retention and creation of good jobs.
Find out more by attending a Worker Cooperative Training Workshop, featuring special guest speaker Roy Messing of the Ohio Employee Ownership Center, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 23 at the Machinists 751 Hall “A,” 9125 15th Pl. South in Seattle. (Download and distribute the workshop flier.) This event is co-hosted by the Washington State Labor Council and the Northwest Cooperative Development Center.
Attend this important workshop and you will learn:
– The use of cooperatives as a succession planning tool for existing businesses
– The potential partnership role of institutions like hospitals, manufacturers and universities
– The role and benefit of union involvement
The content is tailored for small business owners, policymakers, union representatives and members, and others interested in worker cooperatives. The workshop fee of $15 includes a box lunch. Click here to register today!