LAPFF publishes “Employees on Board” a survey of FTSE All-Share companies

Posted by Aktis Team on 13 May 2019

With the publication of the new UK Corporate Governance Code which came into effect in January 2019, companies within the FTSE All-Share have been encouraged to seek the views of their employees through various means. The report published by LAPFF states that 66% of companies who responded to the survey state that they would be complying with the code, with three quarters of companies (73%) stating that they would be appointing a designated non-executive director to oversee this duty (as opposed to creating a formal workforce advisory panel “27%”, and appointing a director from the workforce “5%”).

LAPFF Report, May 2019

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