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Nov. 28
This month's issue of the ESOP Report includes a recap of the 2022 Employee Owned Conference with a special feature on the 2022 AACE Award Winners.
Nov. 16
The AACE Awards honor and celebrate the year’s greatest achievements in ESOP and employee ownership communications.  Communicating and engaging with our employee owners is essential to a company's success.  The AACE program has highlighted the most innovative, and best, practices nationwide.
The ESOP Association recognizes the ESOPs leading the way in communicating with employee owners, our communities, our elected officials, and other major stakeholders. This year’s winners displayed amazing creativity. 
Advocacy
Oct. 31
Election Day is November 8th, 2022, and it’s important that employee owners take the time to ensure their voice is heard when selecting our representatives in Washington, D.C. and in state houses and legislatures nationwide.  And while we often think or talk about election “day”, the reality is that your opportunity to vote extends well before election day.  In 2020, more than 91 million ballots had been cast by Halloween.  In the end, more than 154 million votes were cast in 2020, out of more than 257 million potential voters.
Oct. 26
In this month's issue of the ESOP Report, enjoy a special feature on our upcoming Employee Owned 2022 Conference. This month we've packed the report with tons of articles and news about ESOPs that you won't want to miss! 
Oct. 21
This October, Employee Ownership Month, The Gazette, a Folience brand, ran a special ESOPTOBER Employee Ownership Month Celebration Sunday Edition of their Newspaper to celebrate their ESOP and help the community understand what it means to be employee owned.
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ESOP Association Membership Maintenance
 
Sep. 29
In this month’s jam packed issue: TEA talks Employee Ownership Month, the recent petition filed with the Department of Labor, and several events and updates for the Employee Ownership Foundation, including ESOPATHON!  Also don’t miss the EOM poster contest winner, an AACE Awards update, and Edmunson Scholarship recipients. 
Sep. 22
Washington, D.C. – The ESOP Association (TEA) today exercised its rights under the Administrative Procedure Act to petition the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to undertake a long-delayed rulemaking essential to the formation and ongoing operation of ESOPs. Since 1974, the Department of Labor has steadfastly refused to fulfill requirements of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) in violation of Congressional direction and stakeholders’ rights under the Administrative Procedure Act (APA).