Employee Ownership Australia and New Zealand
Why employee ownership?
- What is Employee Ownership?
- Employee ownership – the advantages and disadvantages
- Employee share plans – why you should participate?
- Employee ownership, participation and engagement – how to make it work
- 8 Lessons From Successful Employee Owned Companies
- 7 reasons to consider employee ownership/ESOPs
Employee Ownership Australia and New Zealand (EOA) represents a diverse range of members – from listed companies with employee share plans through to worker-owned co-operative and mutual enterprises (CMEs). You can join a network of like-minded people to exchange ideas, experience and practices and get access to experienced, specialist advisors for advice on tax, legal, employee share ownership finance matters.
EOA Conference, Awards and Luncheon
The combined Conference, Awards and Luncheon is our signature event and is the largest of its kind in Australia and attracts professionals from across the business world, including share plan advisers, administrators, HR professionals, employment and contract lawyers, finance directors, company secretaries and communications experts.
Here is just some the outstanding feedback we have received from 2016 attendees:
“A great range of perspectives and I found the links to innovation and governance
very thought provoking”
“Enjoyed the networking and learning from other organisations that presented.
Great guest speakers”
“Focus on innovation was brilliant, much more interesting and
engaging than similar conferences”
Keynote speaker David Thodey – 2016 conference
For all the details go to our conference website (currently being updated for 2017).
Nominate for Employee Ownership Australia and Newx Zealand 2017 Awards
EOA will shortly provide a nomination form on this website.
Get EOA social
You can find EOA on LinkedIn (discussion Group, and Page) and on Facebook – and the EOA Twitter feed (@EOwnership) features a steady flow of interesting information and articles. Subscribe to our newsletter – Employee Ownership Matters or if you are already subscribed, let interested colleagues know about us. Missed previous issues? Browse the EOA newsletter archive.