What are we paying for? Exploring executive pay and performance – High Pay Commission [UK] – September 2011

Posted on September 16, 2011. Filed under: Workforce | Tags: |

What are we paying for? Exploring executive pay and performance – High Pay Commission [UK] – September 2011

“The High Pay Commission is an independent inquiry into high pay and boardroom pay across the public and private sectors in the UK. The Commission was established by Compass with the support of the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.

The Commission is independent from any political party or organisation. It is nonpartisan in its approach and will draw conclusions based solely on the findings
of the Commission.

Over the last 30 years pay at the top has increased, and pay differentials have grown. The Commission provides an opportunity to explore and understand
the drivers behind this trend and to look at its effects. It will also seek to look at reforms that could to mitigate or reduce this trend.

The Commission will run for one year from November 2010.”

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