Democracy at Work
Democracy at Work is a 501(c)3 non-profit media and advocacy group in the United States focused on promoting democratic workplaces as a key part of a transition to a new and better economy. Join the conversation online using #CureForCapitalism and learn more on our website: http://www.democracyatwork.info/
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Please be respectful of People, the Group AND our Mission as stated in the above description
This community forum is a shared space and saying anything you wouldn’t say to someone’s face is not appropriate. However, disagreeing and having a difference of opinion is OK IF you are here to help us promote democratic workplaces. Ultimately, we want to promote workplace democracy and facilitate the cooperative movement while avoiding unnecessary conflict.
Before starting a discussion in Loomio, please use the Search function located in the header bar to check for existing discussions on the topic. Note that searching will only return results from sub-groups you belong to.
Please be aware that a thread is started called The Wall. It is used for off-topic or one-off comments. Make use of it to keep the list of threads coherent, uncluttered and easily navigated.
John Rhoads @johnrhoads is the Loomio coordinator for Democracy at work.
Note to [email protected] Action Group Leads: If you lead an official [email protected] Action Group and would like a dedicated sub-group created for your members, please introduce yourself, state which official action group you belong to and your desire to have a sub-group created. You will then be able to invite all your local members to that group which will make decision making more effective.