Accountancy body calls for prime minister to stick with the introduction of workers on boards.
UK prime minister Theresa May has been asked to push ahead with the introduction of worker representatives on boards, despite signals last week that the measure would not be made mandatory.
The call comes from the head of the ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England Wales), Michael Izza, in a letter to The Daily Telegraph. Izza joins a group of business leaders meeting with the prime minister today to discuss the reform of corporate governance in Britain.
Izza's letter says: "Strong measures are urgently needed to address excessiv
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