executive pay, remuneration, pay ratios

11 June, 2018

Companies face new law demanding they justify pay gap

Public companies in the UK will be required to justify pay differences between the pay of chief executives and their staff, according to a government announcement. Directors also face demands to se...
remuneration, remco, pay

1 June, 2018

Remcos must be reformed to reign in executive pay

When publishing the corporate governance reform green paper in 2016, UK prime minister Theresa May described the UK as an “established international leader in corporate governance”. Finalising ...
Executive pay, remuneration, high pay, ethics

1 June, 2018

Research reveals executives’ views on the ethics of high pay

That pay has grown is clear from the evidence. In 2015, the median total remuneration of FTSE 100 chief executives in Britain was around £4m. Adjusted for inflation, this is three times the average a...

6 March, 2018

Remuneration issues under scrutiny after gender pay gap reports

One in three organisations that have gone through the process of writing gender pay gap reports are also looking to confront pay imbalances, a survey has found. The poll found that 32% of companies...
executive pay, remuneration

5 January, 2018

Fat Cat Thursday renews pressure over executive pay

The pressure on boards over executive pay was renewed yesterday when the day was declared "Fat Cat Thursday" by the UK's High Pay Centre, the day when the average pay of a FTSE 100 chief executive rea...
gender pay gap

10 March, 2017

Why women and men too easily accept the gender pay gap

From April, large employers in the UK will have to publish annual data on their gender pay and bonuses gaps. While under the ...
gender pay gap

28 February, 2017

Gender pay gap regulation looms for large UK companies

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executive pay, remuneration

13 February, 2017

One in ten consider end to long-term incentive plans

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