With the Government’s Corporate Governance Green Paper examining ways to strengthen employee voice, particularly at board level, it is notable that some companies are already taking action. It has been reported that two FTSE companies are looking to put a worker representative on their boards, or to provide for worker attendance at board meetings, while another large FTSE company is holding its first annual meeting for employees as part of a push to strengthen links between the boardroom and employees. This trend is only set to continue as it seems likely that the Government will push ahead with measures aimed at increasing worker voice in larger companies, although it is currently unclear whether these will be on a voluntary or legislative basis.