Tag: executive pay

Briefing 57: Top pay increases are way out of proportion to company performance

Briefing 57: Top pay increases are way out of proportion to company performance

24 April 2015 Britain's top executives are supposed to be paid according to how their companies perform - but pay in recent years has increased far more quickly than performance


Briefing 52: Pay for top bosses is growing 5 times faster than for most UK workers

Briefing 52: Pay for top bosses is growing 5 times faster than for most UK workers

6 February 2015 Pay for Chief Executives of FTSE 350 companies has increased more than twice as fast as company profits... and around five times as fast as pay for the average UK worker


Briefing 29: Pay has grown more quickly for the super-rich than low-paid workers

Briefing 29: Pay has grown more quickly for the super-rich than low-paid workers

2 May 2014 If the Minimum wage had grown at the same rate as CEO pay over the past 15 years, it would be £9 per hour higher


Briefing 28: It would take the average worker 158 years to earn what a FTSE 100 CEO makes in a year

Briefing 28: It would take the average worker 158 years to earn what a FTSE 100 CEO makes in a year

25 April 2014 Based on a UK average salary of £27,000, most people would have to work until the year 2172 to earn what a typical FTSE100 CEO makes in a year


Briefing 27: A CEO earns the UK average salary in just three days

Briefing 27: A CEO earns the UK average salary in just three days

17 April 2014 It takes a FTSE 100 CEO just three days to earn the average UK workers' annual salary of £27,000


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