It was found that the top management envisaged the role of a worker director
as one of coordination and cooperation.
In fact our current TUC President, Mohammad Taj, a bus worker, was a regional worker director
for First Group.
SIPTU worker director
Joan Loughnane and personal assistant Ann Lawlor have both claimed Mr Foley sexually harassed them.
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.
firms have had too little experience with worker board representation to have well-developed institutionalized roles for worker directors
. To describe how management and labor attempt to define worker director
roles, we draw on role theory from the social and organizational psychology literature (Biddle and Thomas 1966; Katz and Kahn 1978; Biddle 1979; Shaw and Costanzo 1982).
The new worker directors
will be trained in their duties and paid a full director's salary.
Bylaw, all sizable German companies are also required to split their boards between management and worker directors
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?
Zed, based in London, is managed co-operatively by its worker directors
and has no external shareholders.
A 16-strong management board of trustees would comprise three city councillors, six worker directors
, two service users and four community representatives.