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…
Greater broadcast coverage of HPC's annual CEO pay report than in recent years; findings prompt Mayor of Manchester Andy Burnham to call for a cap on top pay
It could mean a fairer society and a pay rise for millions of people. Luke Hildyard writes for the I.
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…
How the pandemic has affected pay inequality within companies, and what comes next. (10:00-11:00, Mon 23 May)
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.
The corporate response to covid-19: executive pay cuts, governance and share owners (14:30-15:30, Thursday 21 April)
Has narrative reporting gone too far? Rachel Kay writes for Accountancy Daily
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.
It would take the average supermarket CEO less than two days’ work to earn the annual salary of a colleague on the minimum wage
New research shows the huge disparity between supermarket CEO pay and their store colleagues’ pay.
Claim that windfall tax would hurt clean energy investment shows the change in mentality towards purposeful business isn’t taking root, writes Luke Hildyard for Board Agenda
HPC Director Luke Hildyard explains why this is a good thing for English football.
How do companies report on their ‘most important asset’? Workforce reporting in the FTSE 100
Majority of FTSE 100 firms don’t provide data on skill investment, workforce diversity or employee wellbeing in their annual reports.
Major banks announce double-digit increases in bid to retain talent
An analysis of workforce reporting in the FTSE 100 and recommendations for action. (13:00-14:00, Tuesday 8 March)