>How do you explain a worker for example being paid in shares (such as almost all corporations do) where the shares let them actually vote in how the corporation is run, any profits are paid to them as dividends, and they literally own the means of production (the machines that do the work).
It's a means of payment like any other, and an excellent way of getting your employees involved in the well being of the corporation ( and often avoiding taxes), but by no means is it a requirement for all corporations.
I dont understand why you keep claiming corporations are required to do all this arbitrary shit when all they are is legal entities.
>there are way more conpanies than corporations
Well, okay, but that wasn't my point. As far as I can tell, you're claiming:
>all cooperatives are corporations
>therefore corporations are cooperatives
>therefore corporations are socialism
>therefore corporatism is socialism
I'm telling you cooperative elements are not required for something to be a corporation, most corporations aren't cooperatives, some cooperatives aren't corporations, publicly traded stocks have fuck all to do with cooperatives or socialism and corporatism and corporations only share etymological similarities.
>he works in an accounting office
Woe betide your clients