About employee ownership
A company can be treated as “employee-owned” where the whole, or a majority, or a significant part of it is owned by, or on behalf of, its employees.
Employee ownership can be direct (by means of shares held by employees individually) or indirect (by means of a trust arrangement) or a hybrid including elements of both varieties. In this section, you will find information on employee-owned companies and different ways in which they can be structured.
In this short video Robert outlines what it means to be an employee owned company.
Issues covered include;
- The performance of employee owned companies
- The different possible approaches
- Current tax advantages of going employee owned
If you would like to explore how employee ownership might be introduced in your company, please contact us for an initial discussion.
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