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Oli SB Mon 15 Jan 2024 4:30PM

This might be relevant to P6 https://www.purpose-us.com/writing/iso - you could probably provide some useful input to the research...


Graham Thu 23 Feb 2023 2:12PM

The LUCOOP project that we participated in, which brought together a group of academics with interests in cooperation and cooperatives, along with some cooperative practitioners, with some in both camps, produced as one project output a set of three booklets looking at different aspects of organising. Under the banner of 'Re-organise' the booklets look at Power, Strategy, and Governance. Get your copies from https://www.dogsection.org/product/re-organise-power


Sean Farmelo Thu 9 Feb 2023 3:34PM

Excellent looking PhD for people interested in worker co-op buyouts/ takeovers and their financing definitely someone should apply from this angle! https://www.uu.nl/en/organisation/working-at-utrecht-university/jobs/phd-position-in-financing-the-strategic-transformation-of-incumbent-business-models-08-10-fte


Sion Whellens (Principle Six/Calverts) Mon 28 Nov 2022 4:34PM

Grrr have changed the links to bit.ly


Gareth Mon 28 Nov 2022 11:41AM

Co-op Press.


Graham Mon 28 Nov 2022 11:31AM

Indeed. I don't know who's looking after the s.coop URL shortner, but I don't think it is working properly.


Sean Farmelo Mon 28 Nov 2022 10:49AM

Might be me but those links aren't working


Sion Whellens (Principle Six/Calverts) Fri 25 Nov 2022 10:29AM

Design and printing co-op Calverts in east London is looking for a finance worker-bookkeeper/office administrator, part time 21 hours flexible http://bit.ly3GMExGS and a full time 35 hours production coordinator http://bit.ly/3VmYyb6 - please spread the word!


Martin Meteyard Mon 17 Oct 2022 11:36AM

But if you look you will see these rates are based on a 35 (not 40) hour week, so more than £19 per hour before tax/NI - which is certainly not a 'pittance'. And £35,000 a year would be regarded as a good wage in much 'mainstream' employment as far as I'm aware.

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