Employees sitting on differing piles of coins

18 December, 2020

Pay ratio reports: boards challenged to reveal how they will use data

The High Pay Centre has urged boards to explain how they will use the information gathered for pay ratio reports and renewed calls for legislation to introduce workers on boards. Researchers from t...
CEO in face mask

5 August, 2020

Covid-19: cuts to executive pay ‘mainly superficial or short term’

Despite widespread reports of Covid-19 prompting a rethink on executive pay, fresh research suggests the pandemic has had only a passing effect. A new report concludes that only 36 companies in the...
boardroom, board executives

11 October, 2018

Companies set to swerve option of workers on boards

In a speech launching her campaign to become Tory party leader Theresa May declared her earnest intention of placing worker representatives on company boards. The measure was all part of her plan to i...
executive pay, pay, remuneration, pay ratios, corporate governance, finance

3 August, 2017

FTSE100 CEO pay falls but much further to go, say governance experts

A fall in the average FTSE100 CEO pay packet has been welcomed as a “step in the right direction”, although the ratio between them and the pay of their employees remained extremely high at 129 to ...

13 May, 2015

Long-term pay plans should be abolished, says think-tank

Long-term pay plans should be abolished, according to a UK think-tank which argues the arrangements have driven up executive pay to “unwarranted” levels without a corresponding increase in perform...