What prime minister Theresa May promised in her manifesto regarding corporate governance and excessive executive pay has fallen flat according to many.
Leaders such as Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have become almost as famous as their companies, but what do their CEO salaries say?
The government’s green paper on corporate governance focuses on three areas for parliamentary debate: executive pay, strengthening the employee and wider stakeholder voice and extending current corporate governance regulations to large private businesses.
While recent scrutiny of the salaries being earned by business leaders is important to monitor the pay gap, it should be left to shareholders and board members to determine whether the bosses at big companies are paid appropriate sums.
When it comes to motivating a workforce and getting the most out of them, it's important to consider a combination of incentive, engagement and empowerment tools – something that can me much easier for an SME than a large corporate.
New data from the High Pay Centre think tank has revealed that, not only did the ten highest paid CEOs at FTSE 100 companies make over £150m in total, but those in the position are now paid 183 times the average UK worker.
Research into Google ads has found that female job seekers are less frequentely shown adverts for highly-paid vacancies than men.
The CEOs of Britain's biggest businesses are earning an average of 143 times their average employees, according to figures released today.
Rather than vilifying the Bob Diamonds of the world, we should encourage our class of entrepreneurial bankers, argues Gary Chaplin.
David Cameron’s declaration that he is going to “get tough on exec pay” is ludicrous and totally unrealistic, argues one entrepreneur.
AIM-listed-company FDs are earning, on average, 23 per cent more than they were a year ago, according to new research.