Join the Debate - High Pay Centre’s Pay Manifesto!
Tuesday 15 July 2014
House of Commons
Committee Room 21
****TIME CHANGE****EVENT WILL BEGIN AT 9:00AM****
Please join the High Pay Centre and MP Iain Wright (Labour), MP Guy Opperman (Conservative), and Natalie Bennett (Green) to discuss High Pay Centre’s Pay Manifesto for actions a new government should take following the 2015 elections. High Pay Centre Director Deborah Hargreaves and Head of Research Luke Hildyard will present on recent public polling done by High Pay Centre and the policy solutions we think would be most effective.
This event will be an opportunity for members of the public, the business community, policy makers, and other interested parties to discuss corporate governance and executive pay and the role the government should play in regulation.
If you are interested in attending please RSVP to Kathryn Nash at firstname.lastname@example.org. On the day of the event you must have a hard copy of the event invitation to present to security. Please go to the Parliament visitors entrance at Cromwell Green. Security at the visitor entrance should be in place from 8:30AM onwards, and please be aware that it may take up to 20 minutes to get through security and to the event room.
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