1. Theresa May Backtracks on Putting Workers on Company Boards

    Theresa May Backtracks on Putting Workers on Company Boards

    Mrs May said at the CBI Conference that the forthcoming Green Paper will be a “genuine consultation” with businesses on “what works” for employee representation Christopher Williams , Chief Business Correspondent 01pm T he Prime Minister has ruled out forcing companies to appoint workers to boards or create continental-style dual boards, despite her earlier complaint that too many directors are drawn from the same narrow social and professional circles. Speaking at the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) Annual Conference, Theresa May said that the Government would publish a Green Paper within ...

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