The management committee overlooks the business plan we formulate and is directly answerable to the supreme power in the organisation which is the quaterly general meeting of the members. MC members can only serve on the MC for 2 years maximum.
It meets once a week on Tuesday mornings. during the rest of the week Mc members (there are 6 of them) are variously, drivers, warehouse workers etc etc
don't know, but at a guess, suggesting to shareholders that they hand their businesses over to the workforce would go down like a lead balloon. Or meet a similiar response to the one above, If you're ever in Elland come along and I'll show you around.
If you're ever in Elland come along and I'll show you around.
Might do that, you never know. Sister in law works in Elland.
a number of questions after having had a look at your web site
1. is it that in your line of business you are able to sell at a good margin owing to the demographic of your customers?
2. Whilst it is true that shareholder might not want to hand over their businesses, what is to stop people setting up their own coop businesses from scratch.
3. What if your chosen business was capital intensive? For example, you might need a £1/4 million machining centre. The decision on what to buy etc is highly specialist as is the business case and the financing.