Industrial democracy has made a welcome return to the political front line. With positive news for workers and the economy in general hard to come by, this could be a glimmer of good news in a fairly bleak winter. I’m talking of course about the idea of Worker Directors. Theresa May has been tying herself … Continue reading Why May Must Say Yes to Worker Directors
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