Real Money

Rice, Xan
June 2015
New Statesman;6/12/2015, Vol. 144 Issue 5266, p21
The article discusses the wage gap in Great Britain, including through comparing the wage gap between business chief executive officers (CEOs) and average employees from the 1990s to the mid 2010s. An overview of executive bonuses and the long-term incentive plans (LTIPs) that executives receive is provided.


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