Gareth Thomas MP

From Harrow, For Harrow.

POLL: Profit Sharing

This week, I'm introducing a Private Members' Bill to ensure large companies share some of their profits with employees. My Bill would help to make sure that the lessons from some of Britain's most successful businesses are embedded in every company, ensuring profits and power are shared.

Most people have seen little change in their pay packet over the last decade, whilst income at the very top has soared. Employees at all levels of a business should enjoy fairer rewards from the profits their hard work creates.

We need to champion a shared capitalism which promotes long term business growth and profitability, places more value on the work of all staff, and ensures power isn't just the preserve of the highest paid.

Do you think companies with over 50 employees should be forced to share their profits?

Gareth is calling for large companies to share 5% of profits with workers to ensure all workers benefit from the profits of a growing company.

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answered 2016-04-03 22:44:58 +0100
Q: Do you think companies with over 50 employees should be forced to share their profits?
A: No
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Q: Do you think companies with over 50 employees should be forced to share their profits?
A: Yes
answered 2016-02-17 20:01:56 +0000
Q: Do you think companies with over 50 employees should be forced to share their profits?
A: Yes
answered 2016-01-28 06:45:51 +0000
Q: Do you think companies with over 50 employees should be forced to share their profits?
A: Yes
answered 2016-01-26 16:22:34 +0000
Q: Do you think companies with over 50 employees should be forced to share their profits?
A: No
answered 2016-01-26 09:24:12 +0000
Q: Do you think companies with over 50 employees should be forced to share their profits?
A: Yes
answered 2016-01-25 22:12:28 +0000
Q: Do you think companies with over 50 employees should be forced to share their profits?
A: Yes

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