Special Report on
Employee Participation in Governance
Employee Participation in Governance - Trends
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During the last decade many organisations were attracted to various employee participation schemes as numerous commentators advocated their benefits. As a consequence employee involvement, commitment and empowerment have all become familiar buzzwords of the 1990s. However, participative management schemes such as quality circles, teamworking and total quality management do not always live up to the expectations of management and employee, and are strongly criticised by some commentators. By examining the main concepts of employee participation and some of the reasons why employers are adopting such schemes, it can be ...
is Of Counsel at Latham & Watkins LLP and is co-chair of the firm’s Corporate Governance Task Force. This post is based on a recent Latham Corporate Governance Commentary, and follows up on an earlier Latham Commentary, The Parallel Universes of Institutional Investing and Institutional Voting , which is available here . In a recent Corporate Governance Commentary , titled “The Parallel Universes of Institutional Investing and Institutional Voting,  ” we observed the increasing discontinuity at most institutional equity investors between the persons who make the buy ... Read More
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