'People fed up with boardroom behaviour'
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TUC: 'People are fed up with boardroom behaviour'

The government is to outline measures to ensure the "voice" of employees and customers is better represented on company boards.

Theresa May appeared to row back from plans to force companies to appoint employees to their boards, an idea that had caused unease among companies.

General secretary of the Trades Union Congress Frances O’Grady and partner at Price Waterhouse Cooper Tom Gosling discuss on the Today programme whether or not workers should be included on company boards.

  • 29 Nov 2016
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