Confederation of British Industry releases an election manifesto for business, with calls for greater shareholder powers over pay and reporting on employee engagement.
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has published its own general election manifesto, calling on the UK's main parties to reform corporate governance by strengthening the hand of investors over executive pay.
The CBI calls for boards to report on how they have consulted with employees and stakeholders. The organisation also wants diversity at the top of the business agenda.
Carolyn Fairbairn, the CBI's director general, said the best minds from business and government should combine to get the best outcome from Brexit. She said that business was keen to see details of a new migration system to provide certainty on access to sk
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