What is Employee Ownership?
At thousands of businesses in the United States, employees own a majority of their company's stock. These "employee-owned" companies employ millions of people who each have the ability to say "I am an owner of this company." To read more about employee ownership, please visit the NJ/NY Center for Employee Ownership website.
Why Should New Jersey and New York Businesses Care?
For current business owners looking to retire or sell part of their equity stake, employee ownership is an attractive alternative to selling to a private equity firm or other outside buyer. To read more about why businesses should care, please visit the NJ/NY Center for Employee Ownership website.
Why Should New Jersey and New York Communities Care?
Employee ownership keeps businesses and jobs in-state and builds community wealth. To read more about why communities should care, please visit the NJ/NY Center for Employee Ownership website.
During this full day of practical information sharing you will:
- Learn the benefits of an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) in succession strategy
- Understand how current research on employee ownership is shaping the future of American business
- Gain outstanding networking opportunities
- Meet leading national ESOP experts
Monday, July 31, 2017
9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
The Heldrich Hotel and Conference Center
New Brunswick, New Jersey
Dress Code: Business Attire
Click here to attend the July 31st event for $150
Looking for more? Add on Santa Clara University's East Coast Equity Compensation Symposium the following day on Tuesday, August 1st
Click here to attend both the July 31st and August 1st events for $500
The New Jersey/New York Center for Employee Ownership (NJ/NYCEO) promotes better understanding of the values of employee ownership among business leaders, public officials, employees, members of the media, students, teachers, nonprofit leaders, consumers, and other persons and organizations in New Jersey and New York. The NJ/NYCEO is a center at Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations.