Firms owned by employees thrive

Existing barriers to employees having a financial involvement in their companies ought to be removed, argues expert Graeme Nuttall.

21st September, 2013
Graeme Nuttall of Field Fisher Waterhouse. Photo: Maura Hickey

Succession planning is an issue for a growing number of business owners. While, in decades past, many businesses were automatically passed down to the owners' children, today there is a growing number of family firms which find that the next generation is simply not interested in taking up the reins.

Selling the business on to employees is one option that should be given serious consideration, according to Graeme Nuttall, one of the world's foremost experts...

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