Advisers publish report on Sports Direct working practices and will now examine governance for the controversial retailer.
Sports Direct has commissioned a further report on its corporate governance after publishing a much-anticipated report this week on its working practices.
The retailer, which became embroiled in controversy when The Guardian newspaper ran an exposé of working practices in one of its warehouses, published its report yesterday.
The company has agreed to change working conditions for employees including new guaranteed-hours contracts instead of zero-hour arrangements for shop staff; suspension of the company's "six
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