The new honcho, Caribas, urged workers to quit their jobs working for ordinary capitalists and come work for a Sanchezite owned firm.IIRC, didn't the early Societists espouse workplace democracy?
I don't believe that included a promise that the workers would be universally empowered with a vote in the firm's operations. As Sanchezite management supposedly believes in meritocracy, supposedly the workers can trust they will be evaluated and promoted on merit, meaning it is a better opportunity for them than working for a normally run firm. If they are good enough they can hope to be promoted to a managerial position, and meanwhile make enough wages to be able to buy in as a stockholder, and in these ways the door is open, not so much to workplace democracy as meritocracy. Also even if they are only mediocre workers they will still get a fair deal compared to other employers, and if they are reasonably loyal I suppose the deal is they won't get fired unless the whole firm goes under. Or downsizing is highly necessary I suppose.
I might be forgetting something but I gather one promise the Sanchezites are not so liable to make is democracy in any context whatsoever.