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 2019 the average FTSE 100 CEO has earned:
Income inequality in the UK
Wealth inequality in the UK
- Blog: Pay Inequality in housebuilders exemplifies our broken economic system
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.
- Britain’s housing crisis: CEOs at house building companies earning mouthwatering sums
Research shows scale of pay inequality in the housebuilding industry
- Blog: The average CEO-worker pay ratio is down – so are shareholders winning the debate?
The average CEO-worker pay ratio is down – so are shareholders winning the debate against excessive pay?