Foster's directors' pay soars by 42%

August 2009
Building Design;8/28/2009, Issue 1881, p3
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The article reports on the 42% increase of director's pay at Foster & Partners Group in Great Britain. It states that six directors, including Norman Foster and Mouzhan Majidi, share 4.4 million pounds, with Foster believed to have received 1.7 million pounds. However, the pay rise provoked anger from former staff, with one claiming that emlpoyees did not get a pay rise but work 90 hours a week to get projects.


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