Tuesday, 12 June 2012

UK: FTSE100 chief executive remuneration

Today's Guardian newspaper reports the findings of the latest Manifest/MMK remuneration survey: see here. According to the Guardian report, "Using a measure of 'remuneration awarded' – salary, any cash, benefits and the expected value of deferred bonuses and share options – the survey found that the median increase in chief executive pay in FTSE 100 companies was 10% but in more than 25 of these companies the rise was greater than 41%. Employees at FTSE 100 companies got mean average rises of 1%".

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