Conservative Party manifesto sees Theresa May commit to employee involvement in the running of their companies, annual votes on executive pay and the publication of pay ratios.
The Conservative Party has made a public commitment to legislate for the inclusion of employee representatives in the running of listed companies. The party also commits itself to requiring companies to publish pay ratios.
The pledge comes in the party's election manifesto, launched yesterday by prime minister Theresa May, which promises to enshrine in law the right for workers to ask for information about the future of their companies.
The manifesto said: "To ensure employees’ interests are represented at board level, we will change the law to ensure that listed companies will be required either to nominate a director from the workf
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