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The latest annual report only highlights government failure to properly tax the super rich, writes Andrew Speke for Red Pepper.
High Pay Hour 2023
HPC research shows how quickly FTSE 100 CEOs overtake the annual salary of a UK worker.
2022 in review
Read our review of 2022, and a summary of our reports, articles and media coverage below
Worthwhile Workforce Reporting
Our new research outlines the principles of good reporting, with supporting examples.
Worker voice in corporate governance – How to bring perspectives from the workforce into the boardroom
6 in 10 believe the main priority of business should be delivering better pay for their workers
High Pay Centre and TUC research finds that median FTSE 100 CEO pay increased from £2.46m in 2020 to £3.41m in 2021
Pandemic caused pay ratios to fall, but new analysis indicates ratios are now increasing to new highs.
Our new analysis shows that if all household wealth had grown at the rate of the top 20 rich list entrants since 2012, every UK household would be £205,000 better off. The Sunday Times annual…
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…
Corporate Britain and Covid-19: Fewer than half of large UK companies cut executive pay in response to Covid-19
Report by The Open University, University of Nottingham, Western University and the High Pay Centre think tank examines the corporate response to Covid-19.
High Pay Centre briefing: Pension saver views on the social and environmental impact of investments
Polling shows the vast majority of people want their pension fund to reflect their ethical values and beliefs.