Concerns

Responding to Employee Concerns

Co-op employees will at least occasionally bring complaints and concerns to the board or individual directors, yet the board itself is ill-suited for the task of handling these concerns. Employees deserve to have their concerns addressed professionally. In addition, direct board involvement can interfere with the authority already delegated to [...]

Dealing Responsibly with Operational Concerns

Directors who are diligently trying to fulfill their fiduciary duty regularly notice things within their co-op that may be cause for concern – or at least worth asking about. At the same time, these same directors want to honor the Board’s clear delegation to the GM and that GM’s professional [...]

New in the CBLD Library: Dealing Responsibly with Operational Concerns Field Guide

Field Guide: Dealing Responsibly with Operational Concerns by Michael Healy Directors who are diligently trying to fulfill their fiduciary duty regularly notice things within their co-op that may be cause for concern—or at least worth asking about. A t the same time, these same directors want to honor the board’s [...]