Appointment gives SThree staff stronger voice

SThree has moved to give staff a greater voice with the appointment of an employee representative non-executive director.

In a statement, released by the international STEM staffing business this morning, SThree revealed Denise Collis, who joined the firm’s board in July 2016 and currently sits on their audit, nomination and remuneration committees, takes up the role on 1 December.

The firm says Collis’ appointment is an early adoption of recently announced changes to its UK Corporate Governance Code, due to come into force in 2019-20. The firm added the move highlights the increasing need to consider the employee voice at board level, as well as throughout its business.

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