Force companies to have worker representation of their boards: Pending
The party suggests changing the law to ensure that listed companies will be required either to nominate a director from the workforce, create a formal employee advisory council or assign specific responsibility for employee representation to a designated non-executive director. This will apply to only publically listed companies, which are those with a PLC stamp at the end of their name.

There was no mention of completing this promise in the latest government proposals for business reforms. Instead, there was a less forceful pledge to 'seek to ensure employee voice is heard in the boardroom'.

Category: Economy
Source: Manifesto - Page 18
Reference 1: Gov.UK Update on new Business measures



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