worker director


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worker director

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a worker elected to the governing board of a business concern to represent the interests of the employees in decision making
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One worker director was made mandatory for each PSU, the representative being a nominee of the recognized union.
In fact our current TUC President, Mohammad Taj, a bus worker, was a regional worker director for First Group.
Mr Jones, himself a son of a Shotton steelworker, said: "I'd meet Shotton's John Powell on the squash courts of RAF Sealand and worker director Jack Leonard Sunday mornings at h home in Salisbury St Shotton.
SIPTU worker director Joan Loughnane and personal assistant Ann Lawlor have both claimed Mr Foley sexually harassed them.
Before we describe the model on which the study is based, we review the modest amount of research available on worker board representation, with an emphasis on how the worker director role has been defined.
Co-op bylaws provide for the gradual transition from community volunteer directors to worker directors, as the latter gain knowledge and skills.
Why doesn't the Government introduce a lower band of Corporation tax (which they are considering) , conditional on companies subscribing to worker directors and a registered profit-sharing scheme?
He eventually became manager of the Finishing End at Lackenby and was one of 12 national worker directors on the board of the then publicly-owned British Steel.
Zed, based in London, is managed co-operatively by its worker directors and has no external shareholders.
Coun Ward (Lab Shard End) stressed that leisure services staff would be encouraged to play an active role in the trust, with six worker directors on the management board.
It was those worker directors that stopped BMW's first attempt to shut Longbridge, giving British unions and the community a breathing space to get their campaign ready to save the plant.

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