Making the case for business reform
Five key questions on high pay, corporate governance and responsible business
The latest report from the High Pay Centre Making the case for better business, sets out the five key questions the new High Pay Centre will seek to answer in the coming weeks months and years.
These questions are:
1 Is it enough to tackle rewards for failure?
2 Can shareholders solve these problems?
3 How much do other stakeholders matter?
4 Is dealing with executive pay enough?
5 What are the real effects of excessive pay at the top?
Since 1 January 2018 the average FTSE 100 CEO has earned:
Income inequality in the UK
Wealth inequality in the UK
- Are Chief Executives overpaid? Blog by HPC founder Deborah Hargreaves
Author of new book on top pay calls for a new corporate ethos - contact HPC to attend the launch on 11 October
- HPC at party conferences
Come to our events at Labour and Conservative Party conferences
- HPC response to consultation on the Wates Principles for the governance of privately-owned companies
Large private companies should be subject to the same high standards of stakeholder engagement as publicly-listed counterparts