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254: Certified EO's Employee Owned Jobs from the Owner to Owner Podcast

Bret Keisling shares an episode of the Owner to Owner podcast in which host Jesse Tyler welcomes Thomas Dudley, co-founder and CEO of Certified EO for a great discussion. The primary focus is Certified EO’s Employee Owned Jobs, a jobs board that recently launched and currently features 8500 jobs at employee-owned companies.

In addition, Thomas discusses Certified EO’s background, celebrates the milestone of reaching 600 members in six years, as well as the many different ways Certified EO assists its members with internal training and sharing the message of their EO successes.

Like all of Jesse's guests, Thomas also talks about what employee ownership means to him, how he talks about employee ownership when the listener has no knowledge of EO, and the areas that still need attention as we all work to grow employee ownership.


Episode 254 Notes

About Thomas Dudley:

Thomas Dudley is a passionate advocate for employee-owned companies. Thomas co-founded Certified EO while working on a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Thomas graduated from Stanford University with an M.S. in Statistics and the University of Virginia with a B.S. in Physics and a B.A. in Mathematics.

Previous episodes of The EsOp Podcast featuring Thomas Dudley:

Check out the Owner to Owner podcast featuring conversations between Jesse Tyler and great employee owners from many companies at


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