How worker cooperatives shift power to workers

How we work and how we think of labor has drastically shifted during the pandemic. The need for more power and agency in the workplace is why so many workers are unionizing and, at least in part, why millions have quit their jobs. Another often overlooked option for creating structural change is a worker cooperative. The business structure gives workers authority over their workplace, allowing them to set their own rules and, importantly, share in the profits. Prism spoke to worker co-op experts around the country to learn more about how they operate.

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