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The latest annual report only highlights government failure to properly tax the super rich, writes Andrew Speke for Red Pepper.
Improved workforce reporting will lead to more informed decisions, minimising risk, increasing trust and ultimately bringing positive change throughout the organisation.
2022 in review
Read our review of 2022, and a summary of our reports, articles and media coverage below
Industrial action is not simply just a matter about pay. Strikes are about poverty, hunger, and insecurity. They are about inequality and a duty to fairness
Giving workers a greater say in the companies they work for can help boost businesses – and the public agree
Greater worker voice in the workplace will create businesses that work for the economy and wider society.
To what extent will low and middle earners benefit from Kwasi Kwarteng’s decision to scrap the bankers’ bonus cap.
Scrapping the banker bonus cap risks taking us back to an era when bankers were heavily incentivised to discard any concern for their customers, wider society or basic ethics. A blog by Luke Hildyard
A budget for the 1% – how Trussonomics is set to fail those struggling with the cost-of-living crisis?
This budget disproportionately benefits the wealthiest in society, and fails to adequately protect the most vulnerable in society this winter. A blog by Harry Window
Rather than failing to achieve a growing economy because we have been too focused on achieving more even distribution of incomes, our economy has stagnated while at the same time we’ve done little to make…
It could mean a fairer society and a pay rise for millions of people. Luke Hildyard writes for the I.
Six out of ten people think CEOs should be paid no more than ten times their typical employee
New polling shows strong support for caps on top pay and measures to tackle inequality As part of a forthcoming report on pay ratios, we recently conducted some opinion polling on public attitudes to pay…
Has narrative reporting gone too far? Rachel Kay writes for Accountancy Daily