29th December 2013


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Tags: Employee Engagement, Innovation, Research


Categories: Research

Nuttall review of employee ownership: One Year On

This report provides an update on progress against each of the 28 ‘Nuttall Review’ recommendations, measured against the commitments that the government made in the ‘Government Response to the Nuttall Review’ published on 30 October 2012.

The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) produced this report. Graeme Nuttall and representatives of the employee ownership sector validated it.

The report seeks to answer the following questions:

Is the meaning of employee ownership sufficiently clear?

Does the expertise and experience exist among professional advisers and more generally across the business community to support employee ownership?

Are the benefits of employee ownership understood and are they demonstrated by success stories, backed up by research?

Are there practical tool kits in use to implement every form of employee ownership?

Is there Government support for employee ownership backed up by incentives and a commitment to remove obstacles?

Do we have the necessary champions of employee ownership?

Is there an ambitious target against which we are measuring success?

The original report was published on the government website on 19th November 2013.