Florence Cooreman

<p>Yes, you read it well. After reaching the <a href="">milestone of 150 employees</a>, EASI continues its unique way of management and doubles the number of employees shareholders.&nbsp;</p>

<p>Imagine a company in which all the ownership belongs to its employees. If that's still a dream for multiple enterprises, it's already a true story at EASI, where 21 employees purchased company shares this week. These new partners join 20 of their colleagues already shareholders. Together, these 41 directors and employees hold 37% of the company.&nbsp;</p>

<p>Based on experience, values and commitment, each EASIer, manager or employee, may purchase shares from Salvatore Curaba, founder and CEO: "This model appeals entrepreneurs at heart who love this employee/entrepreneur status. They have the opportunity to be more invested in their projects and the strategic decisions of the company."&nbsp;</p>

<p>Perfect solution to strengthen the links between the employer and its employees, the purchase of shares is seen by the management as an embodiment of the employee's long-term involvement in the business.&nbsp;</p>

<p>I guess the only next question would be : who's next ?&nbsp;</p>