The latest news and views from the High Pay Centre.
9 Nov 2012: A summary of our recent press coverage following publication of the IDS research on executive pay
30 Oct 2012: Report on The High Pay Centre seminar Is France leading the way on pay? held on the 29th of October 2012
11 Oct 2012: Luke Hildyard's article from Monday's Daily Mail
2 Oct 2012: Yesterday lunch-time a High Pay Centre panel bringing together politicians, trade union leaders and influential commentators debated the current financial climate and the way towards a more ethical capitalism.
28 Sep 2012: Luke Hildyard writes for Labour List ahead of our event at the Labour Party Conference in Manchester
25 Sep 2012: Last night a high-profile panel debated issues of ethical capitalism at the High Pay Centre event Overcoming Crisis: How to move towards a more ethical capitalism at the Liberal Democrat party Conference
24 Sep 2012: Writing for the Guardian, High Pay Centre Director Deborah Hargreaves asks: Why can't business leaders work for a salary, like everyone else?
21 Sep 2012: High Pay Centre Head of Research Luke Hildyard previews a motion on employee ownership and a High Pay Centre fringe event at the Liberal Democrat Conference
5 Sep 2012: Luke Hildyard writes for new website Football Perspectives on our recent report into the damage done to football by excessive player wages
28 Aug 2012: Daily Mail article on High Pay Centre/Mumsnet survey 'Four in five mothers fear for their children's future'
21 Aug 2012: Media coverage of 'Football mad' report
Since 1 January 2020 the average FTSE 100 CEO has earned:
Income inequality in the UK
Wealth inequality in the UK
- HPC/CIPD Annual FTSE 100 CEO Pay Review - CEO pay flat in 2019
Median FTSE 100 CEO pay stands at £3.6 million - almost 120 times the average UK worker - but pandemic pay cuts could mean figure falls next year
- Blog: To ‘build back better’, we must tackle executive pay
New research has revealed how much CEOs earn compared to their colleagues – and the results aren’t pretty.
- Blog: COVID19 and corporate resilience
The pandemic is highlighting the deep flaws in the UK’s corporate governance system. Will this prompt listed companies to rethink their priorities? - A blog by Rachel Kay, a researcher at the High Pay Centre