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The role of trade union representation at the board-level of South African listed organisations, in bridging the inequality gap

Means of participation: Face-to-face or telephonic interviews 

 

Deadline for confirming participation: 20 February 2018 


The purpose of this research is to assess whether South African public companies are willing to have trade unions representation at their board-level, adopting a model similar to that of most European (EU) companies. The research will be conducted through interviews with both trade union representatives as well as executive committee members of public companies

 

 


The critical analyses of corporate governance, the flaws in application thereof and the impact on the private, public and international sector.

Means of participation: Face-to-face or telephonic interviews

 

Period for participation: February to June 2018  


The aim of the research is to determine the impact of the King Codes, degree of application of the Codes by companies, why companies collapse and influence of the financial committees. Furthermore, to ascertain if governance systems must be made compulsory for all.