CMI: slow progress for workers’ rights has prompted Conservatives to up the ante

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In response to Theresa May’s announcement on new employee rights, Ann Francke, CEO of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), argues that slow progress for workers’ rights has prompted the Conservatives to up the ante.

Posted inOpinionon16 May 2017 Ann Francke, CEO of the Chartered Management Institute, said:

“We know that giving workers greater job flexibility can help build trust and boost workplace productivity. Allowing people to take time off to work can undoubtedly help those who need to care for family members. And although it is best when employers extend these rights voluntarily, the slow progress of some in this

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