Corporate boards would be wise to have directors with HR backgrounds as employee activism becomes more common, writes Matthew Scott. "If there is not sufficient human resources experience on the board, recruiting a director with HR experience or hiring outside help to develop a strategy for building stronger relationships with workers now and in the future may be necessary," he argues.
Column: Employee activism requires a board with HR expertise
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