'Workers need a place in the Boardroom'

'Workers need a place in the Boardroom'

General Secretary of TUC, Frances O’Grady, is set to open talks with Prime Minister Theresa May regarding the current status of workers in the UK.

Speaking to The Mirror ahead of TUC’s annual conference in Brighton, O’Grady promised to hold May to her promise of making Britain “a country that works for everyone”. During May’s election campaign, she heavily criticised excessive executive pay and promised worker representation in the Boardroom.

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