With concentrating shareholder wealth, voice, power and better pay is what really gives workers a stake in society writes Andrew Speke for Red Pepper
Media coverage of High Pay Day 2022
New research from HPC, the TUC and Common Wealth highlights how little most people gain from dividends and share buybacks.
High Pay Day 2022
CEO pay for 2022 surpassed the earnings of the median UK full time worker just prior to 09:00am on Friday 7 January.
Incentive plans, share awards and bonus payments have become almost a guaranteed part of a chief executive’s pay package. Deborah Hargreaves writes for Board Agenda
Are bonus payments and Long Term Incentive Plans fair and proportionate rewards and incentives for business leaders?
Our analysis of annual bonus payments and long-term incentive plans (LTIPs) calls into question their value, when they almost always pay out, and typically pay out at a very high amount indeed.
A blog by Luke Hildyard on our 2021 CEO pay report featured as a LinkedIn talking point
The Covid-19 pandemic has seen a reduction in overall CEO pay levels. Is this an opportunity for further equalisation of pay ratios?
FTSE 100 CEOs paid 86 times the median UK worker during the first year of the pandemic
Annual HPC survey examines how the pandemic has affected top pay Our new report shows that the median FTSE 100 CEO was paid £2.69 million in 2020, 86 times the median full-time worker in the…
Our annual assessment of FTSE 100 pay packages, with a particular focus on the impact of Covid-19 (10:00 -10:45, Thursday 19 August)
High Pay Centre and CIPD research offers practical guidance to HR leaders and board members on how to improve their people and pay governance through RemCo reform and the inclusion of the workforce in the…
Report launch: new research from the High Pay Centre and CIPD offers practical guidance on how companies can improve their people and pay governance (12:00-13:00, Wednesday 28 July)
The latest in a series of events marking the 10 year anniversary of the High Pay Centre (14:00-15:00,Tuesday 15 June)
A High Pay Centre briefing on how investors can use the new pay ratio disclosures in UK-listed companies’ annual reports
In order to truly bring about ‘levelling up’, workers must be allowed to share in the wealth they have helped to create. Newly-elected local and regional politicians must work to make this a reality.
What can Tracy Brabin and other metro mayors do to tackle inequality and strengthen worker voice?