Few companies have put employees on the board, but those that have prove the option is “not incompatible” with UK governance.
How have UK companies performed against corporate governance measures asking them to consider the views of their workers? There are some bright spots, even “progress”, according to new research—but also “resistance and scepticism”.
A report compiled by academics at Royal Holloway University and experts at the Involvement Participation Association, on behalf of the Financial Reporting Council, reveals a number of best practice examples. It also worries about an apparent lack of commitment by many firms to undertaking more communication with workers.
But perhaps the most eye-catching conclusion is that though few companies have
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