- Marcelo Vieta
Interview. On CBC's The Current
Updated: May 25, 2022
Social Capital Partner's (@SocialCP) Jon Shell (@jonrshell) and I (@VietaMarcelo) were on CBC's The Current on Monday, April 25 (@TheCurrentCBC) with @mattgallowaycbc, discussing why some businesses pass ownership to employees, and why more should! Together with innovative SME owners and employee ownership advocates @heatherpayne and Philip Diceanu.
For the full The Current radio show, with our segment, see here: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-63-the-current/clip/15908383-high-school-students-stage-walkouts-sexual-violence-consent
For a print-version article of our intervention on The Current, including a link to the actual audio segment from April 25, see here: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-april-25-2022-1.6429884/how-employee-owned-businesses-could-shake-up-canada-s-business-scene-1.6456679
"What if employees owned the companies they worked for? Our series Work in Progress looks at employee ownership trusts and worker-owned co-operatives, with experts Jon Shell, managing director of Social Capital Partners; and Marcelo Vieta, an associate professor at the University of Toronto. Philip Diceanu, co-owner of food manufacturing company Henry's Tempeh; and Heather Payne, CEO of Juno College of Technology, also tell us why they want to hand ownership to their staff." https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-april-25-2022-1.6429884/monday-april-25-2022-full-transcript-1.6430863