Woodmans still is very generous to their employees. Stock is offered to them. Not a publicly held stock. When an employee owns his company stock, he or she is usually proud of their company. With the exception of Roundys. Woodmans employees see continued growth and a bright prosperous future. Roundy employees are wondering why the invested money in their company and are seeing continued lost market share with an investment firm that is going to sell this company or bankrupt it. One might have wondered what would have happened 4 years ago had the economy not gone soft. Two totally different outlooks.