Tuesday 6 January 2015

Tuesday, January 06, 2015 Posted by Hari No comments Labels: , ,
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FTSE 100 Chief Executives are paid an average £4.72 million, equivalent to hourly pay of nearly £1,200. That means that before the first week of January is over, top bosses will have made more money than the average UK worker earns in an entire year. Yet the evidence shows that there is no link between their high levels of pay and their performance.

Our brave news anchors give Sir Felix Gross a grilling with the facts. But is he listening?!

Written by
Hari & Jake
Peter Reynolds

Performed by
Peter Reynolds
Karina Garnett

Facts and figures taken from “How to make top pay fairer” by the High Pay Centre


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