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11.09.12

Pre-distribution: Bad word, good idea

Some practical policies for implementing Ed Miliband's newest concept (Luke Hildyard writes for the Shifting Grounds website) The concept of ‘pre-distribution’ has grown increasingly popular with Labour Party policymakers, as witnessed by Ed Miliband’s use…
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14.08.12

New High Pay Centre project

Alternative measures of company performance Does a narrow focus on financial performance measures damage the long-term prospects of British businesses and the wider society in which they are situated? This Autumn, the High Pay Centre…
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13.08.12

Announcement: New appointment

Appointment of Luke Hildyard, Head of Research and Projects The High Pay Centre is delighted to announce a recent addition to the team. Luke Hildyard has been appointed as Head of Research (incoming). Luke has…
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11.07.12

Announcement: New appointment

The High Pay Centre is delighted to announce that Cliff Weight has joined our advisory board. Cliff Weight has been a remuneration consultant for 27 years. He is an executive director of MM&K, the leading…
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18.06.12

Announcement: New appointment

The High Pay Centre is delighted to announce a recent addition to the team Emily Death has been appointed as Events Organiser and Office Administrator.She will be responsible for overseeing and expanding the organisation’s programme…
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30.04.12

Action: Have Your Say On Pay

Are you concerned about excessive pay? If you have pension savings or an ISA then you have a stake in Britain’s biggest companies. FairPensions have made it easy to contact your ISA or pension provider…
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24.04.12

Myths about executive pay

Deborah Hargreaves, Director of the High Pay Centre discusses the current debate about pay at the top As Vince Cable begins his consultation on executive pay reforms, it is clear there are a number of…
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11.04.12

Media coverage:

The latest report from the HPC on the make-up of remuneration committees received significant media coverage. Here is just a flavour. Independent - 'Old boys' network' alive on UK Guardian - Executive pay soars as…