The stereotype of worker co-ops’ organization is that they are very practical and they figure things out as they go. While this may have been true when workers co-ops began blossoming in the 1970s here in Yankeedom, since then people have developed very sophisticated methods for running co-ops. Issues about what is a fair distribution of wages; the proportion of work to time off; as well as how to exist in a capitalist market are all addressed by Sociocracy. Sociocracy does not superimpose the content of what workers co-ops should be. Rather they develop a process that can gracefully deal with all content issues.
Read in GEO Co-op