The High Pay Centre is an independent non-party think tank established to monitor pay at the top of the income distribution and set out a road map towards better business and economic success
Investor stewardship and concerns about inequality are beginning to register - but economic inequalities persist as CEO's continue to enjoy pay awards 117 times larger than the average worker
New report by HPC founder Deborah Hargreaves asks what corporations would look like if designed from a woman's perspective
High Pay Centre essay featured in collection published by the Institute of Economic Affairs think tank
Our analysis of shareholder voting patterns makes the case against a corporate governance system policed by dis-engaged investors
13 Sep 2019: On Thursday, Siobhain McDonagh, Labour MP for Mitcham and Morden, led a Commons debate on the UK’s ongoing housing crisis on the back of our new High Pay Centre report exposing the shocking scale of pay inequality among the UK’s biggest housing firms.
4 Sep 2019: Research shows scale of pay inequality in the housebuilding industry
29 Aug 2019: The average CEO-worker pay ratio is down – so are shareholders winning the debate against excessive pay?
20 Aug 2019: Investor stewardship and concerns about inequality are beginning to register - but economic inequalities persist as CEO's continue to enjoy pay awards 117 times larger than the average worker
Event on 18 September 2019: An event to discuss the findings of the annual High Pay Centre/CIPD survey on top pay across the FTSE 100 and its implications.
23 Jul 2019: Boris has boasted that he stuck up for bankers more than anyone - blog by HPC Head of Policy and Research, Ashley Walsh, for Left Foot Forward.
Since 1 January 2019 the average FTSE 100 CEO has earned: