Senior British business figures support Theresa May’s proposal that employees become board members.
Employees on boards in the UK would be a "useful addition", according to Nigel Wilson, chief executive of Legal & General.
Wilson was speaking at an event arranged by the Financial Times to debate the prime minister's proposal that boards should have worker representatives.
Wilson is quoted saying: "Adding a specific employee representative to the board who may or may not be an existing member and would be accountable for reporting on employee issues in the annual report and at the AGM would be a useful addition."
Meanwhile, the c
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