57% of Scots Think Worker Co-ops are a "Better Way"

57 PER CENT of SCOTS think that having a business without a CEO where decision are made collectively is a better way to run a company’s affairs.

The figure comes from a new survey carried out by YouGov which showed support for employee run business at a joint high with those in the North of England.

Inspiration for the study came from Swedish software firm Crisp which employs 40 people and has not had a CEO for three years but take decisions as a collective.

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