The Five W’s of the EPS

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What is the EPS?

The Economic Performance Survey (EPS) gathers information about the performance of our corporate members. The results are shared with members of the media, policy leaders, and our members.

The EPS is sponsored each year by the Employee Ownership Foundation, which is dedicated to researching ESOPs and employee ownership.

The Foundation sponsors a variety of efforts, including the Kelso Fellowships, which conduct academic research on employee ownership and are administered by Rutgers University.

Who can take the survey?

Any Corporate Member of The ESOP Association can take the survey.

Where should I look for the survey?

On September 5, an e-mail with a link to the survey will be sent to the primary contact for each of our Corporate Members. (If you do not receive the e-mail, please check your e-mail system’s spam filter.)

The primary contact for your organization is the person who receives invoices and other communication from The ESOP Association.

When will the survey start and end?

The EPS will remain open from September 5, 2018 to September 21, 2018.

Why should I participate?

  1. The survey takes only two minutes to complete. (Seriously.)
  2. The survey results fuel content that will be shared during Employee Ownership Month and throughout the year. These historically positive figures help raise the profile of employee owned companies to the media, the public, thought leaders, and policy makers.
  3. The more responses we receive, the more statistically significant the results will be. Help the ESOP community thrive by taking part in the survey!
  4. Be a part of a historical survey. Now in its 27th year.

For more information, visit our website here.

 

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