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An egalitarian company exists with equal rights for all employees regardless of job status, race, ethnicity, gender or political leanings. This organizational strategy can also slow down productivity and make it more difficult for your small business to change direction and anticipate risks.
-An egalitarian workplace promotes shared responsibilities among workers and a team work.
-Without hierarchies employees feel more willing and contribute their ideas and function as a more inclusive workforce.
-Provides a workforce that equally invests in your business and works hard toward the company's continued success.
-Slow to react to business risks and opportunities because of the lack of a managerial head to direct employee efforts.
-Lack of organizational structure in job description and employee roles in an egalitarian business can quickly lead to disorganization.
-Employees may struggle to reach a consensus on business direction and even the best methods to operate on a day-to-day basis.

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