From the TUC

A missed opportunity – the government’s corporate governance proposals

31 Aug 2017, by in Economics

I have a blog in The New Statesman, entitled Workers on boards was an enlightened idea – Theresa May should have stuck to it. It sets out the TUC’s comments on the government’s corporate governance proposals, after our initial response described the proposals as feeble.

And in the Guardian, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady and the Adam Smith Institute’s Sam Bowman set out alternative views on whether companies be forced to put workers on boards. No prizes for guessing for who was arguing which viewpoint…

Despite the government’s disappointing u-turn on workers on boards, the genie is out of the bottle and the TUC has no intention of letting it back in!

One Response to A missed opportunity – the government’s corporate governance proposals

  1. Enough about highly-paid footballers, let’s focus on the low-paid workers
    Sep 4th 2017, 10:54 am

    […] numerous ideas on how to address this disparity. As part of its lacklustre proposals on corporate governance, for example, the government is proposing that UK-listed companies be obliged to publish the pay […]

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