Network of Bay Area Worker Cooperatives

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The Network of Bay Area Worker Cooperatives (NoBAWC - pronounced "No Boss") is a network of worker cooperatives dedicated to building workplace democracy in the San Francisco Bay Area.[1]

NoBAWC was founded in September 1994 when workers representing nine worker cooperatives met to address their isolation and to build a worker cooperative movement in the region. Twelve years later, NoBAWC comprises 30 dues-paying workplaces with a paid staff. NoBAWC is a member of the United States Federation of Worker Cooperatives.

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  1. ^ Gans, Lydia. Be Your Own Boss, Join a Collective. The Berkeley Daily Planet. 29 July 2005.