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Sports Direct workers' representative faces 'uphill struggle' – union

Published on Wednesday 12th of April 2017 08:37:03 AM in Guardian

Sports Direct has elected an employee to attend its board meetings, after a series of scandals last year over the way the company is run and treats its staff.The appointment of Alex Balacki, 30, follows a tumultuous 16 months for the retailer. This included its billionaire ...

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