So what it would be is that every year, every employee of a company (with a profit over a certain amount) would get to file an employee satisfaction survey, if a company got under a certain level of employee satisfaction, the company would then have a year to improve employee satisfaction, if they failed to improve it after a year your customers are surveyed (if you’re a consumer products company the consumers of said product, if you sell industrial parts or materials the companies who buy from you are surveyed). If customer satisfaction is averages to some good amount with your worker satisfaction, then nothing happens. If however the public feels neutral to unhappy with your product , you are fined a significant percentage of your profits.
This system would allow healthy competition between companies, which would make sure they had to remain profitable by keeping the consumer happy, but would punish unethical business practices by cutting heavily into (or removing) your profit when your workers are unhappy.
Employees would also want their companies to be profitable because a company that was unprofitable would result in their not getting to fill out rhe employee satisfaction survey.
Employees who had been let go due to budget cuts or their department being downsized and so on would be allowed to fill out the survey for that year. In order to do business with overseas companies they’d have to submit employee satisfaction surveys or not be allowed to do business with companies in the country where this system is in place.
The right to vote on companies performance when they had low employee satisfaction would help protect consumers, and would help prevent companies from trying to get anti-monopoly legislation repealed, because removing anti-monopoly law is a dull footnote in your newspaper, while trying to remove a portion of your right to vote would be a massive headline.