The Government has launched a consultation into improving corporate governance, focusing on executive pay, strengthening shareholder influence and employee representation at board level, and raising minimum standards and reporting for large privately-held businesses.
The Government has launched a consultation on measures that could force companies to reveal the gap in earnings between their CEO and the average employee.
Theresa May has backtracked on a pledge to include worker representatives on boards, announcing that this will not be a compulsory requirement for employers.
Cases on appeal provides news on key case law developments that are expected.
The Business, Innovation, and Skills Committee has launched an inquiry into corporate governance, focusing on executive pay, directors' duties and the composition of boardrooms.
Worker representation is in the news after the Prime Minister promised to put workers on the boards of large companies as part of her plan to reform boardroom governance. We discuss the structures currently available for worker representation in the workplace, the role of works councils, the relevant law and the practical implications for employers.
Theresa May, the UK's incoming Prime Minister, has vowed to put worker representatives on boards of major companies. What influence would worker representatives have on a business? Ashok Kanani examines how the system of worker representation operates in Germany.
The UK's next Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed to put worker representatives on boards of major companies and to impose stricter limits on executive pay.
Updated to include information on Novakovic v Tesco Stores Ltd, in which the EAT considered if written acceptance of new terms affirmed the contract.
Updated to include information on University of London v Morrissey, in which the EAT considered the election of employee representatives.
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