The Governance Institute and governance recruitment specialist The Core Partnership have considered employee wellbeing and mental health at board level. It was found that just 45% of boards have considered these issues, 34% have not and the remaining 21% of respondents were unsure if their board had or not. Furthermore, when questioned as to whether
For those of you who responded to our Market Survey, we’re pleased to announce the four winners of our prize draw: Winners: Stephen Guile Helen O’Keefe Stacey Arnold Respondent 392 (wishes to remain anonymous).
The fallout from the highly-publicised sexual harassment claims against Harvey Weinstein have failed to lead to a sweeping overhaul of harassment and sexual misconduct policies in the UK as organisations consider current policies to be adequate, our poll in conjunction with the ICSA: The Governance Institute finds.
Our latest poll in conjunction with the ICSA: The Governance Institute regarding key governance stories and events in 2017, was released today. The most pertinent issues highlighted by respondents (Senior Company Secretarial professionals) included…
Our poll out today in conjunction with the ICSA: The Governance Institute, finds that just one in seven organisations polled (14%) think that their CEO should go on to become their organisation’s chairman. Over half (52%) are against it, with a further third (34%) sitting on the fence.
Our poll out today in conjunction with the ICSA: The Governance Institute, finds that 73% of organisations polled actively consider the views of their wider stakeholder base. Just 11% of respondents feel that their boards do not.