We produce high quality research and hold a varied series of events to drive the debate on top pay forward and to develop greater understanding of the issues involved.
To help us keep the executive remuneration debate high up on the political and media agenda, contact the Director, Stefan Stern to discuss ways of supporting us.
We believe that transparency in funding to organisations who conduct research and engage with the government is essential, so we publish all funders donating over £5000 on a quarterly basis.
Sources of Funding (cumulative to end 2013):
- Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust - £100,000
- The Robert Gavron Charitable Trust - £100,000
- The Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust - £49,000
- The Polden Puckham Foundation - £10,000
- The Barrow Cadbury Trust - £27,700
- Webb Memorial Trust £30,360
- Friedrich Ebert Stiftung £12,000
- Millfield House Foundation £12,375
Since 1 January 2017 the average FTSE 100 CEO has earned:
Income inequality in the UK
Wealth inequality in the UK
- Lord Adonis probes university governors on their approach to top pay
Andrew (Lord) Adonis is keeping the pressure up on the universities sector as he questions some excessive vice-chancellor and other top salaries. Here is the text of a letter he has just sent out.
- Reality Bites - average FTSE100 CEO pay package down 17% on previous year
Political pressure, public disapproval and campaigning all combined to restrain pay at the top in 2016. But what next?
- CIPD/High Pay Centre survey of FTSE100 CEO pay packages 2016
Our joint annual survey of the state of top pay in the FTSE100